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Regina Tödter (Leading Medicine Guide)

When we were searching for testimonials by people with chronic health conditions, who do not (only) talk about their suffering, but rather comfort, encourage and educate others to a certain extent, we found Karina, who immediately engaged us with her personal story. In particular, we appreciate Karina’s honesty and versatility, which makes her so authentic. […]


Raoul Mazhar (Editor-in-chief Austrian Ärzte Woche)

Whenever I need stories that do not portray people living with chronic conditions as ‘patients’ or ‘sufferers,’ but as people that face their illness with courage, strength, and hope, I give Karina a call and reserve the front page.     Image: Raoul Mazhar [responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Female” buttontext=”Play”]


Coming soon: Documentary film about the Ehlers-Danlos syndromes

The Ehlers-Danlos syndromes are a group of rare connective tissue disorders that can affect every part of the body. We Are Visible wants to show the full picture of the condition including the complex presentation of symptoms, to the complications while searching for a diagnosis, over misdiagnoses and their harmful consequences, but also the daily […]


Erin Migdol (Chronic Illness Editor at The Mighty)

I’m the chronic illness editor at The Mighty, and I had the pleasure of working with Karina Sturm for five weeks while she fulfilled her work placement requirement for her master’s degree in journalism at Edinburgh Napier University. I’d like to share in more detail the impact she had while working at The Mighty, and […]


Belo Cipriani (Journalist & Advocate)

From August 2, 2018 through September 21, 2018, Karina Sturm worked for Oleb Books as an intern. She completed all projects on time and played the lead role in creating three short films based on Oleb Books’ debut title. Sturm was instrumental in developing accessible versions of each film, which meant writing the closed captioning […]