Gaucher’s disease can profoundly affect those suffering with the rare genetic disorder. However, Los Angeles-based artist Ted Meyer's exhibit “Scarred for Life” and his other works show a different, multi-faceted view of his experience with this disease. Join Meyer for a revealing look at how art has helped him and his subjects overcome their own injuries or conditions.
Event begins at 6:00PM
Presented by: National Museum of Health and Medicine
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