Autoimmune Registry Inc. (ARI), a beacon of hope in autoimmune disease research and advocacy, has announced a groundbreaking collaboration with Story Booth, marking a significant stride in autoimmune disease awareness. This partnership has led to the creation of a dedicated webpage, showcasing the often unheard voices of those affected by autoimmune diseases.
Story Booth, a PCORI-funded project, focuses on collecting patient narratives to provide researchers with a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by patients, their caregivers, and treating physicians. The new webpage, developed in collaboration with ARI, offers a unique space dedicated to the stories of autoimmune disease patients, shedding light on the pervasiveness and complexities of these conditions.
“At Autoimmune Registry Inc., we are committed to changing the narrative around autoimmune diseases. Our collaboration with Story Booth is a vital step in this journey,” shared Ingrid He, the Director of Research at ARI. “Our goal is to raise awareness on autoimmune diseases as a class of disease in the same way that cancer has been recognized as a class of disease. Collectively, autoimmune diseases have a huge impact on the population, especially on women, and it is long overdue for them to be recognized and focused on for comprehensive research.”
ARI’s mission, since its establishment in 2016, has been centered on reducing diagnosis time, advancing autoimmune disease research, and compiling critical autoimmune disease statistics. This partnership with Story Booth aligns perfectly with ARI’s vision, furthering the understanding and visibility of autoimmune conditions.
The new webpage is not just a repository of stories; it is a testament to the struggles and resilience of millions battling autoimmune diseases. ARI’s commitment to bringing these stories to the forefront is a crucial step in fostering a global conversation about autoimmune disease awareness.
Through initiatives like this, ARI continues to champion the cause of those affected by autoimmune conditions. The organization remains steadfast in its pursuit of furthering research, improving treatment options, and enhancing the quality of life for patients.
For more information about ARI and their ongoing projects, visit Autoimmune Registry Inc.’s website. The impactful stories can be accessed on the newly launched webpage in collaboration with Story Booth, providing a voice to the silent struggles of autoimmune disease patients.
Company Name: Autoimmune Registry Inc.
Contact Person: Ingrid He
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Address:125 West Lane
Country: United States