Life! The Official Vasculitis Awareness Song

Together for a Cure – During 2015, all proceeds from the sale of  the song “Life”, will help support research on vasculitis. We all know how difficult is to deal with more »

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Share the VF’s Story and Raise Awareness and Funds for the VF

This past summer the Vasculitis Foundation was among nonprofits chosen by the Giving Library to “tell our story” by creating an online video.  And tell our story, we did! Click more »

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GiACTA Giant Cell Arteritis Clinical Research Study Enrolling Patients

Giant cell arteritis is a disease where blood vessels become inflamed causing symptoms such as headaches, head tenderness, vision difficulties, facial pain, jaw pain, and fever. Local doctors are conducting more »

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VF Funds Study to Determine Impact of Vasculitis

The Vasculitis Foundation has awarded a two-year grant of $99,920 to Carolyn T. Thorpe, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Pharmacy and Therapeutics, School of Pharmacy, University of Pittsburgh, for her study, more »

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Do you do a lot of online shopping throughout the year? One of the easiest ways you can give a gift to the Vasculitis Foundation is to use’s Goodshop more »

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Vasculitis Awareness in Mongolia

By Jane Thomas, R.N. Chapter Leader Atlanta Vasculitis Support Group My husband, Joe, was diagnosed with Wegener’s in 1996 and we have been members of the VF since that time. more »

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Pneumonia Can Be Prevented – Vaccines Can Help – Consult Your Health Care Provider

What is Pneumonia? Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs that can cause mild to severe illness in people of all ages. Signs of pneumonia can include coughing, fever, fatigue, more »

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Seasonal Influenza: Consult Your Health Care Provider

What is influenza (also called flu)? The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat, and lungs. It can cause mild to severe more »

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Therapy for Severe Vasculitis Shows Long-term Effectiveness

NIH-funded study finds that rituximab is as effective as standard therapy, requires shorter treatment duration Administering the drug rituximab once weekly for one month provides the same benefits as 18 more »

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Vasculitis Foundation Canada 2013 Fall Symposium

Vasculitis Foundation Canada 2013 Fall Symposium Saturday, November 16, 2013 Six Lectures on Vasculitis Toronto Western Hospital 399 Bathurst St. Toronto, Ontario West Wing, 2nd floor Auditorium and Conference Room more »

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