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🎉 Our keratoconus community is now 14 years old

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April 20 is our 14th anniversary!
Beginning as a small Facebook Group in 2007, our support community has grown into a global network of 33,000+ forum members on Facebook and Reddit, and 34,000+ social media followers.
With the help of our dedicated volunteers and thousands of contributors who share their knowledge and experience on our forums everyday, today our keratoconus community is an essential destination and comprehensive resource for keratoconus patients, their caregivers, and also for eye care professionals and researchers.
On the the 14th anniversary of our community, we want to thank you—Keratoconus Group members—for the support you provide, the knowledge you share, and for understanding when no one else does. You are truly incredible.
Add our community's frame to your profile picture
Let’s celebrate together and help to raise awareness by adding our community’s frame to your profile picture.
Tell your keratoconus story
Join us in celebrating our anniversary by sharing your stories and telling others how Keratoconus Group helped you through keratoconus challenges.
You, too, can share your interesting photos and videos in our public Reddit community and in our private Facebook group.
If you posted your photos on Twitter, give us a mention and we will be glad to retweet it.
You can also send your keratoconus photos and stories to our email address if you wish to share it on our website and social media profiles.
Make #Keratoconus trending on Twitter
Help to make #Keratoconus hashtag trending on Twitter by sharing a glimpse of your keratoconus story in 280 characters or more!
Join our communities
Join our forums on Facebook and Reddit to ask questions and share your knowledge with other keratoconus patients and eye doctors, and help us in creating a stronger community that fosters new relationships between patients, eye care providers, and researchers.
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