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I have been nominated for a WEGO health award!

I am excited to announce that I have been nominated for the WEGO Health Patient Leader Hero Award in the 2018 WEGO Health Awards.

WEGO Health is a mission-driven company connecting healthcare with the experience, skills, and insights of patient leaders. They are the world’s largest network of patient leaders, working across virtually all health conditions and topics.

It means so much to me that I have been nominated for this award, when I set up my blog I never expected for it to grow the way it has! This blog has enabled me to turn a negative experience into a positive one where I get to advocate and help and support others. I love reading the emails and messages I get from you guys. I think my main message is that you can achieve anything despite your situation and that's what I want to inspire others to do. Thank You so much to those who nominated me!

I’m now looking to you guys, my incredibly supportive network, to help endorse me for this award. There are two easy ways to endorse that only take seconds of your time!
1) You can click on my endorsement badge located in the sidebar
 2) Click here to be taken to my WEGO Health Awards profile where you can click “Endorse” under my nominee photo.

I would really appreciate all your support in this and please feel free to share my link.


THANK YOU!

Love Niamh xx


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