Ashanti Daniel talks ME, hereditary angioedema, asthma, paraneoplastic syndrome, autoimmune autonomic neuropathy, myasthenia gravis and mast cell activation syndrome.
Hi, I’m Brianne Benness and this is No End In Sight, a podcast about life with chronic illness.
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Today I’m talking to Ashanti Daniel about ME and hereditary angioedema and asthma and paraneoplastic syndrome and autoimmune autonomic neuropathy and myasthenia gravis and mast cell activation syndrome. Comorbidities are complicated, as I’m sure you all know. Ashanti also worked as a nurse before getting sick, and so she is able to tell her entire story with that additional medical lens.
Before we start, here’s my disclaimer:
This podcast is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Make sure you talk to your practitioner about any questions or symptoms.
[interview transcript coming soon]
Thank you for listening to episode 42 of No End In Sight!
You can find Ashanti on twitter and instagram @AshantiRN and you can find me on instagram and twitter @bennessb. And of course you can find this show on instagram @no.end.in.sight.pod. I post each episode as a story but haven’t posted to the main feed in a while because I’m so behind on transcripts – although I finished one last week, yay! But of course, the whole reason that I’ve started a patreon account is to help with transcripts so I’ll go ahead and plug that again: it’s patreon.com/noendinsight.
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