rheumatoid arthritis Tag

Researchers worldwide are exploring the flawed immune response that kindles inflammatory disease. Intestinal bacteria may hold the key to understanding what triggers rheumatoid arthritis inflammation. Inflammation defends the body against infection, but must turn on at just the right moment to repel an assault—and then...

As Ralph Vasquez laid in pain and confined to his hospital bed, he feared that his days were numbered. His health was rapidly deteriorating from the pain of three serious autoimmune diseases that plagued him -- rheumatoid arthritis (RA), ankylosing spondylitis (AS), and fibromyalgia. However,...

Arthritis affects an estimated 52 million Americans including 300,000 children. That's right kids get arthritis. It's called juvenile arthritis and it can rob them of their childhood. Juvenile arthritis can cause extreme pain, swollen joints, fatigue and, in extreme cases, can lead to complications resulting...

Jim Nollsch and Hayden Fisher, founders of the Blue Sky Cup, went on Good Morning Vail Thursday, February 25th, to talk about the Blue Sky Cup and the funds they're raising for arthritis research. Jim shared a bit of his personal connection to rheumatoid arthritis. He,...

In this episode of Arthritis Now, we talk with two-time ANRF grant recipient, Chuanju Liu, Ph.D. of NYU School of Medicine, about his work and whether one molecule can treat osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Specifically we talk with him about his research on the progranulin...

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