• October 10, 2012
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2012 July | Arthritis National Research Foundation

Kaitlyn’s Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis and Uveitis

As Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month comes to a close we would like to introduce you to another young lady with juvenile arthritis, Kaitlyn. At the Arthritis National Research Foundation we will continue to highlight these inspirational young children throughout the year to raise awareness that kids get arthritis, too. To have your story featured please […]

Living with Pain: Bevin’s Juvenile Arthritis

Bevin, age 3, was diagnosed with arthritis at 21 months. She had just recently begun to walk, but her parents began to realize something was very wrong with their baby girl. Bevin was walking with a limp, while at first they thought it was just her figuring out how to walk, they quickly grasped the […]

Madalyn’s Juvenile Arthritis: “Never Give Up!”

Madalyn was diagnosed with juvenile arthritis at age 6, currently she is 8 years old. To be more specific Madalyn was diagnosed with polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis. Her arthritis is currently active in six of her joints, down from up to 14. She is a beautiful young girl with a thirst for life. She just […]

Join Us To Thank Those Who Support Arthritis Research

On 07.20.12 , In Arthritis Awareness, News , by CureArthritis

At the Arthritis National Research Foundation we are serious about making a difference through research. Together, with your help, we can find a cure for arthritis. Arthritis encompasses over 100 different diseases including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, juvenile arthritis and other autoimmune diseases. Arthritis research is the key to finding a cure for these diseases. […]