Pre-Interview with Dr. Scott Canna

Pre-Interview with Dr. Scott Canna

Scott Canna, MD (pictured with ANRF Board Member and juvenile arthritis sufferer, Kelly Rouba) will be the next guest to be interviewed on Arthritis Now as he talks about his research regarding juvenile arthritis, just in time for Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month in July. Dr. Canna was a ANRF grant recipient just last year and currently has a lab at the National Institute of Health where he conducts his research.

Questions for Dr. Canna?

Dr. Canna is the perfect scientists to ask all your juvenile arthritis questions to! Leave them in the comment box below and we’ll be choosing a couple to ask during the interview!

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    Ellen Koch
    Posted at 09:54h, 10 June Reply

    Is there any way to reverse twenty years of JRA damage? No medications have ever worked on me and I’m wondering if it’s worth exploring an alternative approach (homeopathic or diet) or if I should continue with traditional physical therapy and wait for the next class of medications to come out. Thanks!

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