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Vol. 4 / Issue 7

An Online Publication of the Arthritis National Research Foundation

July 2021

Emily Boyd Stormoen
Chief Executive Officer

Arthritis does not discriminate based on age and many do not know that it is also a disease that effects children. July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month, so in keeping with raising awareness for Juvenile Arthritis (JA) this edition of the Chronicle focuses on all things JA.

We answer some common questions surrounding the condition, we explore past, present and future JA research supported by the ANRF and highlight promising new findings for improved treatment.

Our ever-popular anti-inflammatory recipes are all geared towards new versions of childhood favourites. Finally, we have partnered with the incredible Kendra Scott to give our community the chance to shop with a fantastic discount with proceeds going to JA research – a gift that truly keeps on giving.

Sincerely,

Emily Boyd Stormoen

CEO, Arthritis National Research Foundation

Food for Thought – July Recipes

Most anti-inflammatory diet studies have focused on the adult population but experts agree that this diet would benefits kids and teens with inflammatory conditions as well. So, this month we focus on kid friendly recipes that will have kids pleading for seconds. Let’s get cooking!


Past, Present & Future JA research at ANRF

Our researchers are continuously striving to better understand autoimmune conditions such as JA, in order to provide improved treatment options and an enhanced quality of life for patients. Here we look at four ANRF researchers whose focus is on JA. It is through their work that one day a cure may be possible.

 

Promise for Kids with JIA as Study Shows a 72% Reduction in Flares

A biologic drug used to successfully treat adult psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis and axial spondyloarthritis shows promise in treating two forms juvenile arthritis with a 72% reduction in disease flares.


Kendra Scott Partners with ANRF to Support Juvenile Arthritis Research

Not only are many of her pieces made from gold but so is her heart. Kendra Scott partners with ANRF, offering a great discount on products with the proceeds of these sales going straight into JA research.

 

Common JA Questions Answered

Kids get arthritis too - many are unaware that arthritis is not only a disease of the elderly but effects around 300 000 children in the United States. In this month’s ask the experts we address common questions related to JA.


 
 

 
 
 

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