Margaret Grant

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Margaret Grant

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June 29 1933-December 2 2020


Margaret Grant was the founder of the Brittle Bone Society, the UK’s leading charity for the support of people with the rare bone condition Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI).
She received an honorary doctorate from Dundee University in 2018, the year of the charity’s 50th anniversary. She was also named Dundee Citizen of the Year in 1975. Other achievements included the OIF (Osteogenesis Impefercta Foundation) award in 1982 for hosting the first international conference for people with OI and the Tunstall Telecoms National caring award in 1988. She was awarded the MBE in 1989
Margaret was married and had one daughter


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The Brittle Bone Society (1968 - Present)

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Founder of the Society

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