Onsie day at Nescot in Ewell raises awareness of genetic disease Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

This Is Local London: Back - John Kirk, Olecia Addo, Chantal Vince and Abi Shrapnell. Front - Nathalie Ifonge and Kahlil Somauroo. Back - John Kirk, Olecia Addo, Chantal Vince and Abi Shrapnell. Front - Nathalie Ifonge and Kahlil Somauroo.

Students have worn animal and Spider-Man onesies to college to raise awareness of a rare genetic disease.

Abi Shrapnell, an osteopathy student at Nescot College in Ewell, organised the onesie day to support people with a connective tissue condition called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS).

The onesie day was held on Thursday, the day before the international Rare Diseases Day.

To donate visit www.justgiving.com/nescot-Rdd-eds.

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