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Our most recent survey is aimed at discovering what the impact has been like on those who received a diagnosis aged 16 or younger and were not told about it, as well as those who were refused access to a diagnosis at a young by their parent or carer.
If you were diagnosed (or refused access to one) aged 16 or younger then we would appreciate you completing this survey.
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