Take on this Run with a view! Join Team SRUK for this really popular 13.1 mile run through London, to raise vital funds for all those living with Raynaud's and Scleroderma. Spaces are limited, so be quick!
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Tuesday 9th August 2022
The Decode Scleroderma Study
48 people have signed up for this new trial – you could join them. Are you living with diffuse scleroderma? Would you like to be involved in a clinical study testing a new investigational drug for use in Diffuse Scleroderma? If so, you may be eligible to take part in the DECODE Scleroderma Study
Monday 1st August 2022
SRUK supports the call on the UK Government to provide Evusheld - a preventative antibody treatment for COVID-19
Evusheld is an antibody treatment designed to prevent patients from contracting COVID-19, and can provide protection for immunocompromised and immunosuppressed people that haven’t mounted a proper response to the vaccine. SRUK is supporting the call for the UK Government to procure and provide Evusheld to patients in the UK. Find out about how you can help on this page.
Friday 15th July 2022
Six Months of STAR – the Symptom Tracking App for Raynaud’s
July marks six months since Scleroderma & Raynaud’s UK launched STAR, the Symptom Tracking App for Raynaud’s, which enables members of the SRUK community to track their Raynaud's attacks and directly contribute to essential scientific research into the condition. Here’s a breakdown of what we’ve learnt so far, thanks to the STAR community!
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