The Marfan Blog

My Marfan Story: Kacey Lamphier

Feb 27, 2018 by Kacey Lamphier

The month of February is extra important to me as it marks the month of the heart. I have been living with Marfan syndrome for 30 years; however, I’ve only been diagnosed for 22 years. I try every day to share my story and knowledge about the condition. The more we speak up, the more people we can be helping. Here is my story.

Topics: Marfan Awareness, Marfan Community, Living Successfully

Marfan Diagnosis: A Game Changer

Feb 20, 2018 by Rita McCrerey

A Marfan or related disorder diagnosis can be elusive for an athlete, particularly an athlete who does not display the typical cluster of characteristics.

Topics: Marfan Awareness, Marfan Community, Physical Activity

My Marfan Story: Home for Christmas

Dec 20, 2017 by Auburn Ponder Anderson

Auburn's late husband, Ted, with their son, Kelly.

Topics: Marfan Community, Diagnosis, Living Successfully, Quality of Life

Newly Diagnosed? Veterans in the Marfan Community Offer Advice

Oct 31, 2017 by The Marfan Foundation

When you or a loved one receives a diagnosis of Marfan syndrome or a related disorder, you enter a whole new world. Everyone deals with the diagnosis differently.

Topics: Marfan Community, Living Successfully, Quality of Life

Physical Therapy: Myths and Facts

Sep 29, 2017 by Michael P. Healy

Topics: How the Body is Affected, Marfan Community, Research, Quality of Life