Advocacy

As a brand new member of the Rheumatoid Patient Foundation Board, I was thrilled to be able to attend the 2018 American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Annual Meeting in Chicago…

by Dana Symons Seven years ago, I had my first volunteer experience with the Rheumatoid Patient Foundation. It was also my first time attending the American College of Rheumatology Annual…

Eddie’s Story & Volunteer Experience

We at the Rheumatoid Patient Foundation believe that our personal stories are powerful tools of education and inspiration. We have asked several of our volunteers to share a part of…

For the past few years, the Rheumatoid Patient Foundation has run an annual scholarship program to support students affected by Rheumatoid Disease. Our goal has been to expand the program…

By sharing our own stories, we can offer hope and encouragement for others and let people with Rheumatoid Disease know that they are not alone in this fight. If you're…

RPF sees the importance and value of sharing our own unique stories with rheumatoid disease. We love highlighting personal profiles on our blog to show the real people who are…

Rheumatoid Awareness Day is February 2nd! This year, we are doing something BIG. Really, big. I'm talking rheumatoid awareness messaging in HUGE letters on billboards across the country! Early in…

by Dana Symons I attended the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Annual Meeting for the fifth time this year. This is special, because it meant that I got a neat…

Mrs. Karen Pence, then Governor Mike Pence and Mayor Kristen Brown (of Columbus, IN) at RPF Fundraiser in 2013. The Rheumatoid Patient Foundation has started a petition to get a…

Today marks the 5th annual Rheumatoid Awareness Day as established by the Rheumatoid Patient Foundation in 2013, giving people with the chronic illness known as rheumatoid arthritis, or rheumatoid disease,…

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