A future in Uganda where kids with rare diseases can play and grow

Daniella Akellot’s research on gluteal fibrosis, a condition that limits the amount of movement in sufferers’ hips, has contributed to the development of a basic surgical procedure that has proven successful for children.

Akellot, 33, is a research coordinator at CoRSU hospital – the Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services for People with Disability in Uganda. Akellot brings a unique perspective to the field of disability research.   Read More

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