The Arthritis National Research Foundation Is Moving Arthritis Research Forward

Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) August 30, 2011

The Arthritis National Research Foundation recently awarded $950,000 in arthritis research grants to 13 cutting-edge scientists. With 50 million Americans afflicted with arthritis anxiously waiting for new and more effective treatments, the Arthritis National Research Foundation is funding scientists at universities and research facilities across the country. Their work in osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and other autoimmune forms of arthritis holds the promise for new therapies.

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ANRF_blue_gradient_reasonably_smallThe Arthritis National Research Foundation is the charity that funds research to cure arthritis. Research will lead to discovering the causes, new treatments, prevention and cure for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, juvenile arthritis and other autoimmune diseases.

More Info: http://www.curearthritis.org/

2 Comments
2 comments
  1. Good Days from CDF says:

    Those grants will help research efforts tremendously! I work for an organization, Good Days from Chronic Disease Fund, that works with patients to help them get the medical treatment and care they need at an affordable price. While we cannot take away the expenses completely, we try to lessen the burden as much as possible. Visit our website for more information on our efforts, and to learn what you can do to help us, help so many. http://www.gooddaysfromcdf.org/

  2. John says:

    Hey RA Guy thanks for posting this. Such good stuff. Exactly what people with RA, arthritis, and all the different forms of arthritis need – more organizations that care enough to try and make a difference. Will be sure to post a blog about this on our site.

    John

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