“Only a decade ago, it was not uncommon to see children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis use wheelchairs and be in dire need of surgery or joint replacement.
But thanks to recent advancements in medicine, many of those afflicted with the disease are receiving the treatments they need to live healthy, productive lives.
What a wonderful idea! As an avid outdoor person living with rheumatoid arthritis, I really appreciate the beauty of getting these young kids living with juvenile arthritis together in a natural environment.
(Hat tip to Arthritis Foundation for sharing this on their Facebook page.)