Doctor turns author after having strokes

Dr Louise Lightfoot had to abandon her dream job as a child psychologist after suffering three strokes before the age of 30.

Liverpool-born Louise is rebuilding her life after being diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome a rare inherited condition which affects connective tissue.

She is now the author of several books on “invisible” disabilities aimed at young people.


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