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2012 Atlanta Symposium a Success

The Vasculitis Foundation hosted its second regional symposium of the year on July 20-21 at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. The meeting drew over 150 patients, family members, friends more »


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VF Introduces Vasculitis Fellowship Program

VF Introduces Vasculitis Fellowship Program June 5, 2012 Applications for the Vasculitis Foundation Fellowship are being accepted through October 1, 2012. The $100,000 award, the first for the Vasculitis Foundation, more »


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VF Loses Dedicated Friend and Supporter

Longtime VF Member Passes Away May 2012 The North Carolina chapter lost a dear friend in May when Shirley Ferguson, the mother of Danette Anderson, a Granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA, more »


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Raising Awareness in Texas

Jean and Nicole, longtime members of the Vasculitis Foundation, distribute information on vasculitis during the 2012 Dallas/Fort Worth Walkabout and Autoimmune Disease Health Fair on May 12 in Grapevine, Texas. more »


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VF Atlanta Chapter members featured during radio interview

On May 11, 2012, members of the Atlanta Chapter of the Vasculitis Foundation were interviewed by Mo Reilley of Heart of Atlanta radio show. The interview was one of many more »


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Meet Dr. Paul Monach, Director, Boston University Vasculitis Center

Dr. Paul Monach starts the New Year with a new job. After four years treating patients at the Boston University Vasculitis Center, he assumes its directorship this month from long-time more »


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Meet the Researcher: Peter A. Merkel, MD, MPH

In January, Dr. Peter Merkel became the head of the division of adult rheumatology at one of the world’s leading academic medical centers, the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. It more »


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How the VCRC Contact Registry Can Help You

September 2011: One of the biggest challenges in understanding the causes of and new treatments for rare diseases like vasculitis is having enough data to undertake meaningful research. “Much of more »


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VF Reaches $1,000,000 in Research Funding

In December the VF Board of Directors selected Dr. Felipe Andrade’s study “Defining an animal model for the study of Wegener’s Granulomatosis” for a one-year grant of $75,000. With this more »


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