SRUK is dedicated to improving the lives of people with scleroderma and Raynaud's phenomenon

Our mission is to improve the lives of everyone affected by scleroderma and Raynaud's. We do this by investing in research, improving awareness and understanding of the conditions and providing information and support to all those affected.

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Tuesday 19th March 2024

Imperial College London's 'Science in Medicine School Teams Prize 2024' now open for entries

The Scleroderma and Raynaud’s UK sponsored 'Science in Medicine School Teams Prize 2024' contest is now open for entries. The contest aims to engage sixth form school students with science in medicine, and challenges students to prepare an ePoster with a novel vision on how to promote the health and well-being of individuals with Scleroderma and/or Raynaud’s. If you're interested in entering, or know someone in sixth form who might be, read on to find out more!

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Wednesday 28th February 2024

SRUK says Energy companies must step up support for people with Raynaud's.

As high bills continue to threaten the health of those living with the debilitating condition; SRUK is appealing to energy companies to provide financial assistance to them.

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Tuesday 19th December 2023

The Mouth in Scleroderma - Tools to Help Dentists Better Understand Your Condition

In 2021 SRUK funded a research project led by Professor Liz Walker, based at the University of Hull, entitled 'Scleroderma in the Mouth: Improving Pathways to Care'. The project focusses on improving oral and dental care in Scleroderma to help improve quality of life. The team have recently produced some useful materials to foster greater awareness of the oral manifestations of Scleroderma amongst dentists. Read on to access a video and information card which you can show to your dentist to help them learn more about your condition and how it affects your oral health.

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