Resources for Clinicians
Resources for Healthcare Professionals
The Cure JM Foundation produces a quarterly newsletter with the latest news, educational opportunities, and research updates about Juvenile Myositis. Please click below to read
Thursday, June 29–Sunday, July 2, 2023 • Washington, DC The Cure JM Family Conference is back! Join families from around the country to learn about
Sue Maillard, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Pediatric Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Pain Juvenile myositis patients and parents of children with JM often ask how important exercise is
Rebecca E. Sadun, MD, PhD Dr. Sadun is a pediatric and adult rheumatologist at Duke University, a Cure JM Center of Excellence. She recently presented
Two-Part Workshop: Session Two Builds Upon Session One Cure JM Foundation in collaboration with Children’s Hospital of Colorado, is proud to offer this two-part workshop
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.
In speaking with JM families, we’ve identified seven “best practices” that are absolutely crucial when you, your child and family are battling juvenile myositis.
Example images of JM symptoms including calcinosis, skin rashes, gottron papules, lipodystrophy, heliotrope eyelids, plaquenil reactions, and steroid effects.
This comprehensive guide to juvenile dermatomyositis features over 450 pages with contributions from over 80 experts and medical professionals.
Progress and Prognosis in Juvenile Dermatomyositis, Juvenile Dermatomyositis: A 20-year Retrospective Analysis of Treatment and Clinical Outcomes, Juvenile Dermatomyositis: A Case Study, and others.
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