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[Growing up with an EBH, an example of pediatric-adult transition in the field of rare diseases].

The transition from pediatrics to adult wards concerns all chronic diseases with a pediatric onset, but there are a number of specific features in the case of severe forms of hereditary epidermolysis bullosa: worsening wound surface and chronicity with age, appearance or increase in certain complications (carcinological, renal, nutritional, dental), sometimes difficult therapeutic choices, sometimes life-threatening prognosis. But one of the major problems limiting the patient's autonomy is the difficulty of finding a paramedic to take over skin care, often provided from birth by a parent who has become a caregiver through necessity.

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