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In a Heartbeat

By Becky Rader I’m glad to share about my experiences from a volunteer perspective at the 2012 American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Annual Scientific Meeting last week. The Rheumatoid Patient…

November: A Month to be Thankful

By Shannon Ragland Over the past three weeks I have seen daily posts on social media from family and friends enumerating blessings for which they are thankful during this month…

ACR 2012 – Sharing the Patient Perspective

By Dana Symons This week, several board members and volunteers from the Rheumatoid Patient Foundation traveled to Washington, DC for the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Annual Scientific Meeting.  The…

Experiencing the Limitations of Rheumatoid Disease

Rheumatoid Patients: Have you ever wished that your doctors, friends, or family could experience first-hand just a little bit of what it's like to live with Rheumatoid Disease? Health Professionals and…

RD Awareness Video Contest

The PRIZES! FIRST Prize: Pentax Optio RS1500 Digital Camera 2 SECOND prizes: one of 2 $25 iTunes Gift Cards The CONTEST! What’s the contest about? For years, people who live…

By Tanya Martin In 2010 I tried to do Project 365 but I was unable to complete it as I started to flare in September. My shoulders were so stiff…

By Dana Symons I was very privileged to be able to attend part of this year’s American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Annual Scientific Meeting in downtown Chicago. The annual meeting…

Mayo News Blog interviewed Kelly about attending the ACR Scientific Meeting in Chicago as RPF presents its first exhibit representing the patient point of view. Mayo Clinic takes a pioneer…

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