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Since scleroderma is so rare, it is difficult, and perhaps impossible, to find scholarships that are that narrowly focused. However, scleroderma is a form of arthritis, so search for arthritis and disabled scholarships, since those are broader categories.

Arthritis Scholarships

Arthritis Foundation Awards Disability Scholarship to University of Arizona Law Student. Molly will receive $7,500 per year, for up to three years from the educational endowment. 09-24-10. Disabled World.

Juvenile Arthritis Scholarships. Selection criteria includes graduating in Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island or Vermont high school senior or college undergraduate; must have arthritis or rheumatic disease; school or Community volunteer service; and academic excellence. Several scholarships for $1,000 each. Arthritis Foundation Northern and Southern New England Chapter.

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