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Anti-U3 snRNP antibodies in localised scleroderma

Authors
  • K YAMANE
  • H IHN
  • M KUBO
  • Y ASANO
  • N YAZAWA
  • K TAMAKI
  • M KUWANA
Publication Date
Dec 01, 2001
Source
PMC
Keywords
Disciplines
  • Education
  • Medicine
License
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Abstract

Become a Member of the Scleroderma Foundation When you become a member of the Scleroderma Foundation, you support the organization’s mission of support, education and research. Your donation helps pay for programs in each of those three areas, including: • Funding an average of $1 million in original research grants awarded to investigators annually. • Helping patients and their families cope with scleroderma through mutual support groups, physician referrals and the National Patient Education Conference. • Promoting public education of the disease through publications, seminars, patient education events and publicity campaigns. As a member of the Scleroderma Foundation, you will receive: • Our quarterly magazine, the “Scleroderma VOICE.” The magazine includes updates on the latest scleroderma research and treatments, positive and uplifting stories from patients living with the disease; and tips about how to manage living with scleroderma. • Information and educational offerings from your local chapter. • Discounted registration fees to the annual National Patient Education Conference. Please consider joining the Scleroderma Foundation today. A membership form is attached on the reverse side of this panel. The Member Magazine of the Scleroderma Foundation Fall 2011 www.scleroderma.org SclerodermaVOICE Ernie RossRacing to Victory Challenges for Kids with Scleroderma Rewind San FranciscoNational PatientEducation Conference Introduction Scleroderma means “hard skin.” The term localized scleroderma refers to the fact that the process in this group of conditions is “localized” to the skin. Sometimes, the term morphea is used interchangeably with localized scleroderma, creating some confusion. Morphea, in fact, is only one particular variant of localized scleroderma. It is important to understand that localized scleroderma is different from the scleroderma affecting internal organs, which is known as sy

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