Raynaud’s phenomenon is a very common medical condition that describes an increased sensitivity of the blood vessels to cold or stress. It results in episodes of poor blood supply t
Vascular acrosyndromes constitute a common reason for physician visits. They are associated with connective tissue disease; for example, 90% of patients with scleroderma experience Raynaud’s phenomenon. The rheumat
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Providing support and education to the many sufferers of Raynaud's Phenomenon - an exaggerated sensitivity to cold temperatures.
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