College Students Wore “Onesies” for EDS on Rare Disease Day

Osteopathy students declared “Onesie Day” to get attention and promote EDS Awareness!

By Alice Foster, Reporter

John KirtStudents have worn animal and Spider-Man onesies to college to raise awareness of a rare genetic disease.

Abi Shrapnell, an osteopathy student at Nescot College in Ewell, organised the onesie day to support people with a connective tissue condition called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS).

The Onesie day was held on Thursday, the day before the international Rare Diseases Day.

This activity attracted attention on Rare Disease Day.

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