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Vol. 4 / Issue 3

An Online Publication of the Arthritis National Research Foundation

March 2021

Emily Boyd Stormoen
Chief Executive Officer

The ANRF family is thrilled to welcome Emily Boyd Stormoen as our new CEO! With more than 20 years of progressive experience working in the nonprofit sector, Emily joins us with a deep understanding of what it takes to run an impactful organization.

Food For Thought: March Anti-inflammatory Recipes

Feeling the slump now that you’ve been back at work for a while? Try our delicious anti-inflammatory recipes to reduce symptoms associated with excess inflammation and give yourself a much-needed energy boost.

COVID-19 Vaccine Strategy – a Potential Way to Treat Autoimmune Conditions

The success with mRNA-based vaccines against COVID-19 opens the possibility to use mRNA for a protein which triggers the immune system to put on the brakes. Could this be a new option for the future of autoimmune treatment?

Dr. Hu Zeng - The Role of T Cell Exhaustion and Senescence in Autoimmunity

Read about Dr. Zeng’s research on how T cells become tired during autoimmunity and how this affects their function. Establishing a mechanism common to multiple conditions provides novel targets for treatment of different autoimmune conditions.

It takes a Village – Part 3 The Role of a Psychologist

Patients with chronic conditions are at increased risks for depression, anxiety, and even suicide. Learn how a psychologist might be a critical member of your care team.

Insights into Sjogren Syndrome

Dry eyes and mouth? You may have a secondary autoimmune condition called Sjogren's syndrome. Learn the signs, symptoms and treatment options of the condition that often accompanies RA or Lupus.



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