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That this House congratulates the Brittle Bone Society on 50 years of hard work supporting and cooperating with healthcare professionals across the UK; further congratulates Margaret Grant MBE from Dundee who was born with the genetic condition of Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) and founded the charity in Dundee in 1968; notes it is the sole UK Charity supporting people with the rare disease OI; further notes that it is believed to be the first charity in the world founded to support people with OI; celebrates the charity's Dundee heritage and the expert knowledge it has gained through its work with the OI community; further celebrates the community that the charity has brought together including members, supporters and healthcare professionals; recognises how the charity has helped services improve and develop since its founding; commends the hard work of the Chairman Elaine Healey and the Chief Executive Patricia Osborne; and wishes the Scottish, British and international OI community continued success and development in its important work and endeavours in research.
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