Arthritis Foundation Wis Chapter Madison Ofc

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Arthritis Foundation Wis Chapter Madison Ofc
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802 W Broadway
Madison, WI 53713
(608) 221-9800

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Arthritis Foundation shared Arthritis Foundation Pennsylvania's post.
Hundreds of thousands of teens and kids are impacted by arthritis. Youth Honoree Mariah Aquino-Truss knows this all too well and speaks out to spread awareness in this incredible interview. This month, for Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month, more than ever, we're on a mission to make sure everyone knows that kids get arthritis, too! Check out Mariah’s interview and show your support of all of our Warriors by sharing your/their story, sharing our cause and making a donation today: http://bit.ly/2tOkUoL #StrongerThanJA
What an amazing interview with our very own Pennsylvania native, Youth Honoree Mariah Aquino-Truss. Mariah, her entire family and team Mariah's Movers are fighting for the thousands of other kids and families who are living with juvenile arthritis!
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Exciting news in research! Dr. Stein describes his current project as high-risk with the potential of high rewards. His 5-year Arthritis Foundation-funded project, “Extracellular small RNAs in rheumatoid arthritis,” is looking at how small molecules of ribonucleic acid (RNA) in the blood may be markers for different diseases. Learn more:
Dr. C. Michael Stein has made an exciting new discovery that could help advance RA treatments along and predict how specific treatments will work.


.@mariahsmovers is #StrongerThanArthritis! Don't miss this video interview of Mariah educating people about JA! cbsloc.al/2uHcTGG

The Congressional Budget Office recently released cost estimates on various versions of recently proposed health care repeal and replace legislation. We believe Americans deserve a transparent health care system that allows for informed decisions but does not put people at risk of losing coverage. Read our full statement below:


ICYMI: Read our response to the CBO cost estimates on proposed repeal & replace health care legislations bit.ly/2tkX6tc


RT @knowerofnada: #TBT My sweet Riley at age 6. She's 11 now. July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month! @CureArthritis @ArthritisFdn http…


@AnnaDiggs73 @alphaomicronpi We second that! Thank you, @alphaomicronpi!!!


RT @PCORI: .@PCORI and the @ArthritisFdn turn to individuals' experiences to inform research strategies: bit.ly/2rYEpu9

Living with a chronic illness like RA can affect how you view yourself. And the social stigma that may come with illness can deal an additional blow to your self-esteem. Check out these tips for nurturing a positive self-image:
When you have a chronic illness, you may need to reevaluate assumptions about your body, daily life and self-concept. Don’t let a diagnosis of RA hurt your self-esteem; learn to nurture a positive body image.

Nearly 1,000 kids, teens, young adults and their family members came to Houston for the first National Juvenile Arthritis Conference and it was amazing! Find out more about this special event and how you can register to make your own memories at the 2017 Indianapolis Juvenile Arthritis Conference!
Over the weekend, nearly 1,000 kids, teens, young adults and their families made their way to Houston, Texas, to take part in the first of two National Juvenile Arthritis Conferences in 2017. For the second year in a row, the Arthritis Foundation is hosting two JA Conference locations to serve more…