Amanda Thorpe has produced another video, entitled Overview of Morphea Scleroderma. Morphea is a type of localised scleroderma. It affects the skin and sometimes underlying muscles and joints, which can cause disability, but it is not life threatening. (Also see Scleroderma Videos, and Amanda Thorpe). Posted 01/12/2013.
The International Scleroderma Network thanks Genentech for their sponsorship support! Posted 01/19/2013.
The International Scleroderma Network thanks Betty Benedict for her generous ongoing support to tackle scleroderma research, support, education and awareness! Posted 01/19/2013.
The International Scleroderma Network thanks Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals for their sponsorship support! Posted 01/16/2013.
The nonprofit International Scleroderma Network thanks Tina Haner for raising scleroderma awareness through the purchase of scleroderma awareness bracelets! Posted 01/15/2013.
The International Scleroderma Network thanks Gilead for their sponsorship support! Posted 01/14/2013.
Amanda Thorpe has produced another video, entitled Overview of Linear Scleroderma. Linear scleroderma is a line of thickened skin which can affect the bones and muscles underneath it, thus limiting the motion of the affected joints and muscles. It most often occurs in the arms, legs, or forehead, and may occur in more than one area. (Also see Scleroderma Videos, and Amanda Thorpe). Posted 01/12/2013.
Jo Frowde has been promoted to ISN News Guide for Scleroderma Medical News. She has been an Assistant News Guide since June 2011. She will be researching, selecting, and preparing current medical abstracts for our Newsroom and web site. Jo is also Manager of Sclero Forums and a Sclero Forums Chat Host. Posted 01/10/2013. (Also see Sclero Forums, and How to Volunteer)
Amanda Thorpe has produced another video, entitled Overview of Localized Scleroderma. Linear and morphea scleroderma affect the skin and sometimes the underlying muscles and bones, but do not reduce a person's life expectancy. (Also see Scleroderma Videos, and Amanda Thorpe). Posted 01/09/2013.
We thank Rose Adkins for her comprehensive donation to tackle scleroderma! There's no better or more cost effective way to tackle scleroderma than through the nonprofit ISN at sclero.org. 01/07/2013.
The International Scleroderma Network thanks United Therapeutics for their sponsorship support! Posted 01/06/2013.
The nonprofit International Scleroderma Network thanks Tena Haner for raising scleroderma awareness through the purchase of books in the Voices of Scleroderma book series, which is based on the hundreds of personal stories posted on the sclero.org web site, as well as articles by world scleroderma experts. Posted 01/05/2013.
We heartily thank Arnold Slotkin for his donation to tackle scleroderma this holiday season, in loving memory of Marta Marx. Posted 01/04/2013.
The International Scleroderma Network thanks Actelion Pharmaceuticals US, Inc. for their sponsorship support! Posted 01/03/2013.
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