What the HHT?
A blog for the HHT community
As a child, I LOVED going to the dentist. I hope by starting Eleanor out young, I can instill an excitement about dental health in her to avoid any fears/anxieties about the dentist in the future. Going to the dentist with HHT can add a bit of complexity. If you have or don’t know if you…Read More
Does anyone else teeter between these two states of mind? My husband and I often discuss which is better – As the person with HHT, he would rather be more on the blissfully ignorant side. His symptoms are not very severe (no AVMs we know of, but a lot of nosebleeds), and his family rarely discusses their medical issues, if…Read More
I’ve recommitted to writing my monthly blog with a focus on HHT awareness, being newly diagnosed with HHT and ultimately living with HHT. This month, I wanted to focus on the many faces of HHT, starting with my own. HHT does not discriminate against race, age, gender, weight, ethnicity, nationality or any other characteristic known…Read More
Growing up, I was always in some sport. It began with t-ball, then transitioned into fast pitch softball where I was running back and forth from one field of play to another. In middle school, I had track right after school and then my mom would drive me to the next town over for softball…Read More
One of the things I love about Cure HHT is the focus on research and clinical trials for patients. I’d like to use this post to talk about the Avastin clinical trial, which I recently saw posted on Cure HHT’s media pages. Before delving into the background on this drug and its potential benefits to…Read More