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It's hard to believe, but the 3rd annual Rheumatoid Awareness Day (RAD) is almost upon us! Rheumatoid Awareness Day takes place every year on February 2nd. Please join us for…

RPF is excited to announce a new scholarship program for individuals and families who are affected by Rheumatoid Disease. In our first year, we will be offering two $1,000 scholarships…

Patient Videos in Rheumatology Offices Rheumatoid Patient Foundation is excited to announce a collaboration with ContextMedia, Inc. The ContextMedia:Health Network offers a patient education TV network to doctors' offices across…

ACR 2013 Hot Topics, from One Patient’s Perspective RPF member Melinda Hansen reports on what she learned recently at the American College of Rheumatology scientific meeting. Between posters, exhibits, and…

Rheumatoid Awareness Day is only a few days away, February 2. RPF member Elizabeth Riggs shares why she and her family support RPF. Dr. Riggs has served as a healthcare…

RPF member Andrew Lumpe describes a few highlights from the recent American College of Rheumatology (ACR) annual meeting in San Diego. Andrew is a professor at Seattle Pacific University and…

The first Rheumatoid Awareness Day was Feb 2, 2013. It is impossible to measure its full impact, but tens of thousands of people participated in live online events or commemorated…

Last year, RPF established February 2nd as Rheumatoid Awareness Day (click here to view press release).  Thousands of people from around the world took part in a number of different…

RPF asked volunteers to share their experiences of volunteering at the 2013 scientific meeting of the American College of Rheumatology. Today we present three perspectives, with more to come soon. Common themes: excitement about…

By Shannon Ragland Making a difference with the patient voice In October, for the third year in a row, I was privileged to attend the American College of Rheumatology’s (ACR)…

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