Tag: autoimmune disease

Important Goal Reached for IBD Study

In an important milestone for research, 23andMe has enrolled 10,000 people to participate in a study focused on understanding the role genetics plays in the onset and progression of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. In collaboration with Pfizer, Inc, 23andMe’s IBD Study is unique in its size, and its use of ...

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Learn About Our Lupus Research

With the start of Lupus Awareness Month, we’re offering up a snapshot of our growing lupus research community and one of the many people who has joined to make the work possible. Since we launched our Lupus Research Study we’re already more than halfway to reaching our goal of enrolling 5,000 people living ...

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New Eczema Findings Published

In what is by far the largest genome wide association study on the common skin condition eczema, researchers led by a team at the University of Bristol in the UK, have identified new genetic variants associated with the ailment, as well as new evidence that the condition is strongly associated with some ...

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Living With Lupus

You want to know a little about what it’s like living with lupus, ask a first-time author, a “fiery Latina,” or Mrs. New York USA Universal. Those are just a few of the bloggers we’ve been following lately who each offer different insight on the day-in and day-out challenges of living with this chronic and ...

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23andMe Launches Lupus Research Community

23andMe, Pfizer, Inc. and the Lupus Research Institute are launching a collaborative study focused on the genetics of the autoimmune disease known as lupus. The aim is to quickly enroll 5,000 people with the disease, which affects about 1.5 million people in the United States alone. “The ability to ...

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What Patients Say Works for Psoriasis

For the live-updated, fully-labelled, interactive version of this infographic, click here. By Alexandra Carmichael, Co-Founder of CureTogether People living with Psoriasis have reported that some of the most effective treatments for their skin include simple interventions like sunlight, salt water, and ...

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