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John Davidson awarded the MBE for his services to those with Tourette Syndrome

Posted on 18 January 2019 by Helen Robbins

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John, who appeared in BBC documentary 'John's Not Mad' in 1989, and has since dedicated much of his life's work to helping other people with TS and raising awareness to reduce stigma, has been officially recognised and awarded by the Queen in the New Years Honours List

We are delighted to hear the news that John has been publically recognised for his incredible work and commitment to supporting people living with Tourette Syndrome.

Thank you John for everything that you do!

You can read more about John and his work here


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