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Funding for the Science of Informatics

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The science of informatics drives innovation that is defining future approaches to information and knowledge management in biomedical research, clinical care, and public health.

National Psoriasis Foundation on Improving the Lives of Patients

Millions of Americans with psoriatic arthritis—a serious disease that causes pain, swelling and stiffness of the joints and tendons, and can result in joint damage if left untreated—struggle to get the health care and treatments they need to manage their condition. National Psoriasis Foundation plans to change with the largest realignment and expansion of its psoriatic arthritis program.

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Gabriela Lavezzari on Improving the Lives of Patients with Arthritis

Many people are unaware of the impact of arthritis and related musculoskeletal diseases in the United States. They affect approximately 52.5 million Americans of all ages, races and genders.

Stephen I. Katz on Improving the Lives of Patients with Arthritis

To improve the lives of people with arthritis, the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) is working toward a better understanding of the basic biology of diseases affecting the joints, better diagnosis and treatment of arthritis, and better tools to facilitate clinical trials.

Amanda Niskar on Improving the Lives of Patients with Arthritis

For almost 70 years, the Arthritis Foundation has initiated and supported scientific discoveries that improve health outcomes for people with arthritis. Research holds the key to finding better diagnostics and treatments—and one day a cure—for more than 50 million Americans who face the daily challenges of arthritis. At the Foundation, we are focused on providing scientific leadership and direction to improve everyday life for people with arthritis and to find a cure.
 

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