The Silent Bleed - The Superficial Siderosis charity


Superficial Siderosis is a serious, degenerative condition caused by a bleed on the brain or down the spinal cord. This causes, among other symptoms, disabling disruption to balance, problems with sight and hearing loss as well as other conditions.

The Silent Bleed charity supports research, provides information, and offers a safe listening environment for their members to talk about their symptoms and everyday lives. Please visit their website or contact via their online form for further information.

Their Facebook chatroom is a closed group offering a kind and compassionate space for people with superficial siderosis to share the ups and downs of everyday life.

About The Silent Bleed - The Superficial Siderosis Charity

Our aim is to drive research, raise funds and act as a hub for information and support.

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The Silent Bleed - The Superficial Siderosis Charity





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