ANRF Blog

Early in her career, pediatric rheumatologist, Tiphanie Vogel, MD, PhD, cared for a seven-year-old boy with a rare form of juvenile arthritis (JA). She discovered that her young patient had a specific genetic mutation that damages multiple organs and severely affects the joints. Dr. Vogel, an...

Aging is the primary risk factor for the development of osteoarthritis (OA). Every day, more than 27 million Americans suffer from grinding bone-on-bone pain, chronic stiffness, cartilage damage and the nagging ache of degenerative joint disease. An aging America is fueling a push for more research...

With 1 in 4 Americans afflicted with arthritis, NOW is the time to find a cure. We’re inviting you to join us in raising awareness about arthritis on World Arthritis Day! The Arthritis National Research Foundation is committed to finding a cure by supporting cutting-edge arthritis...