Pushing the Limit: Running a Marathon Without Breaking a Sweat

Growing up, Adam Viccaro wanted to be like his dad, who was a marathoner and Ironman. Determined, Adam found ways to adapt to his inability to sweat due to hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia (HED.) He shares what he learned in training his body and mind to do the unthinkable: running a marathon when you can’t sweat. His incredible story will inspire you to believe you can do anything!

How Hair Made Me Confident

Charlotte Smith knows what it’s like to be a young woman with thin hair. Learn her best hair tips and how having hair has changed her.

The Olive Kids Don’t Sweat It

Auggie and Dakota Olive have hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia, but they don’t sweat it. Hear how they overcame multiple obstacles and swam their way to the national championships.

My Son With Incontinentia Pigmenti

Boys affected by incontinentia pigmenti typically do not survive pregnancy. The condition is an X-linked dominant “lethal” condition. Meet Jamistyn, a 6-year-old boy with IP who not only survived but is thriving! Read more about his extremely rare story!

The Most Beautiful Sight

The Stollers spent the first few years of their daughter, Kambree’s life, trying to figure out what was causing all of her different, possibly unrelated, symptoms. When Kambree was finally diagnosed with ectodermal dysplasia, professionals and genetic testing couldn’t pinpoint which type she might have. Until an NFED Family Conference changed their life. They found something they didn’t realize they were seeking.