Adding to the growing body of scientific evidence pointing to bacteria as a causative agent of rheumatic diseases, a ground-breaking study, led by researchers at Temple University School of Medicine (TUSM), in Philadelphia, was published in the journal, Immunity, on June 16th, 2015. By using mice that are genetically-prone to lupus, the Temple researchers were able to provoke the… Read more »
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When you’ve just received a life-altering diagnosis, it’s common to be shocked and dismayed at the array of powerful drugs that may have been presented as the only options for treatment. If you’ve been unwell for some time, it’s possible that you’ve exhausted a number of drug options, because they no longer work or they… Read more »
Hello and welcome to our new website and Community Blog! It’s been a long time coming! But we are confident this is the beginning of a dynamic new online resource that will serve the needs of rheumatic patients and their advocates in the 21st Century. Our former website and forum were on an ancient platform… Read more »