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A recently published study on integrating mental health care into a pediatric rheumatology specialty clinic, supported by the Cure JM Foundation, concluded that the need
Cure JM offers a variety of family and peer support resources and programs for parents, children, teens, and young adults who are affected by juvenile
Recently, the Progress in Dermatomyositis (ProDERM) study published in the New England Journal of Medicine reported a milestone in managing adult myositis. With the trial’s
The 10th Annual Cure JM Medical Symposium in partnership with Duke University happened May 13th, 2023, virtually, with presentations from world-leading researchers and clinicians on
Why is emotional/mental health important to our JM kids? Where can I find out more about mental health issues for our JM kids? Where can
Hear directly from the researchers behind two exciting new treatments for juvenile myositis. Learn details of the new treatments and what these drugs could mean for you and your child with JM.
The first two workshops for the Mosaic of Mental Health series for pediatric rheumatologists and other providers occurred on October 13 and 27, 2022. These
A treatment plan is based on many factors, including the severity and expression of the juvenile dermatomyositis (JDM). Each case is different and the symptoms can change over time.
This comprehensive guide to juvenile dermatomyositis features over 450 pages with contributions from over 80 experts and medical professionals.
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