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Tributes have poured in after Stephanie Aston, the young woman who publicly stood up for herself after being told she was faking her symptoms by doctors, has died.

“Even until the very end she was keen to help anyone and lend an ear. You will be sorely missed. I hope you rest well now.”

Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes New Zealand founder Kelly McQuinlan said Aston always maintained her compassion and was consistently thoughtful of others, despite what she was going through.

“She was incredibly supportive and still up for a laugh till the end. For those who were lucky to know her [they] would speak to her strength and resilience, along with their amazing, supportive and thoughtful friendships and connections.

Full article: https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/beacon-for-many-the-brave-kiwi-woman-who-battled-health-system-for-years-dies/DUHRDCN2ABHITFKQHNQTSPNXCA/

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