In brief: My conversation with writer, poet, artist, photographer, activist, and model Ace Ratcliff continues! We left off last episode during a discussion of “orphan drugs”, one of the many hurtles people with rare diseases must clear to even hope for treatment.
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Links to on-air references:
<a href="https://twitter.com/MortuaryReport/status/1012376830186143749"<Ace on Twitter re: SELF & #QueerEye
“I Rely on Closed Captions to Enjoy a Show and I Don’t Appreciate Netflix’s Way of Censoring Them” by Ace Ratcliff at SELF Magazine
“When Medicine Is A Business, Rare Disease Patients Suffer” by Ace Ratcliff at HuffPo
“Hereditary angioedema type III (estrogen-dependent) report of three cases and literature review” via National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health
“Stephen Hawking’s Disability Wasn’t Something To ‘Overcome’” by Ace Ratcliff at HuffPo
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