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Stay informed, connect with others and make your mark on the search for a cure.

Your involvement helps raise awareness and increase funding for rheumatic research and training. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter, sign up for our Pathways  newsletter or participate in Coffee & Conversations. Volunteer opportunities are available for patients, families and rheumatology professionals.

We need your expertise and passion. Whether you are a patient, family member or qualified health professional, you can make a difference in the search for a cure.

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Every person affected by rheumatic disease has a valuable story to share. Your unique experience could raise awareness, increase funding or generate strength for the newly diagnosed.

Become a Peer Reviewer

Our peer review process engages scientists and experts to examine research proposals for rigor, integrity and quality. Qualified individuals may apply to become a peer reviewer. Peer reviewers are experts in their area of rheumatology who rigorously evaluate applications for funding submitted to the Foundation.

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Rheumatologist Dr. Emily Isaacs with her patient Mary Rymell who has rheumatoid arthritis.

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Get the breakdown of what the Foundation does and how it will help patients live healthier lives.

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