24. Learning about rare diseases, Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP) and Short Bowel Syndrome with Jenny-“Life’s a Polyp”

Summary

What in incredible journey Jenny has lived thus far. I had never heard of FAP prior to our conversation so I was very intrigued to learn about it.

My guest- Jenny lives with two rare diseases – Familial Adenomatous Polyposis and Short Bowel Syndrome. She lived with an ostomy for 6 years before having it reversed. Due to her medical experiences, Jenny’s dedicated her professional and personal time to the chronic illness community and raises awareness about her rare diseases through her blog Life’s a Polyp. To celebrate Rare Disease Day, Jenny published her first children’s book about FAP – Life’s a Polyp with Zeke and Katie. She also raises funds for FAP research through Life’s a Polyp Shop.

Now through May 15th, 2022, you can make a purchase through her shop and the proceeds will benefit the much-needed research for FAP.

Social media handle: @LifesaPolyp

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tiktok, Pinterest, Twitch, Youtube, Snapchat

http://www.LifesaPolyp.com

http://www.cafepress.com/LifesaPolyp

https://imaginewellc.com/lifes-a-polyp

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XO Jennie Lynn  : )

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