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  • New Clinical Trial for ANCA-Associated…

    Sites throughout the U.S. and Canada are seeking patients with newly diagnosed or relapsed anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody (ANCA)-associated vasculitis.  This clinical trial is designed to determine whether a new non-steroidal treatment, when added to standard of care treatment can improve the remission rate, kidney function, and/or improve vasculitis symptoms.  All patients will receive standard treatment more »

    • VF RED Award: Second Annual Competition…

      Often, one of the greatest challenges a patient with vasculitis faces is receiving a definitive diagnosis.  Patients often spend months, or even years seeking a diagnosis or worse, living with a misdiagnosis and ineffective treatment.   The Vasculitis Foundation also recognizes that there are many health care professionals who have MADE the diagnosis of vasculitis more »

    • Register Now for February Stanford…

      The Vasculitis Foundation is pleased to announce it will host the Stanford Vasculitis Patient and Family Conference on February 7, 2015 at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.  The conference will feature speakers from both the Stanford Division of Rheumatology and the University of California – San Francisco Division of Rheumatology.  Topics will include updates more »

    • VF Issues RFP for EGPA/CSS Research…

      The Vasculitis Foundation, the leading international supporter of research on vasculitis, is pleased to announce a special funding opportunity to fund research on Eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis (EGPA, formerly Churg Strauss Syndrome). EGPA is a rare systemic vasculitis predominantly affecting small-sized vessels.  Main clinical characteristics of EGPA include late-onset allergic rhinitis and asthma, increased blood more »

    • Vasculitis Patient-Powered Network…

      Innovative Vasculitis Clinical Research Program Puts Patients in Driver’s Seat The Vasculitis Foundation and researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have launched the Vasculitis Patient Powered Research Network (V-PPRN) to transform how vasculitis clinical research is conducted.  The goal of the V-PPRN is to perform high-quality studies that will further elevate the level of care more »


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