Information on Social Security Disability for Histiocytosis patients.
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Although this is from the Nat’l. MS Society, their website has useful information regarding the Social Security Disability process. They also provide a helpful guidebook and sample letters from physicians to assist you in the application process.
A government website explaining the faces and facts of disability.