Friday 24th March 2017

Nailfold Capillaroscopy Research in Raynaud’s

In spring last year SRUK awarded its first research grants, following on from the work of the Raynaud’s and Scleroderma Association and Scleroderma Society, which had been supporting research into both conditions in this way since the 1980s.

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Tuesday 21st March 2017

Sian's blog - My Story on Surviving Scleroderma – Sclero-what?

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Tuesday 7th March 2017

Prescription Charges Coalition Survey

The Prescription Charges Coalition has launched a survey looking at the ways in which prescription charges affect the lives of people in England with long-term conditions such as Scleroderma and Raynaud’s.

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Tuesday 28th February 2017

We are supporting Rare Disease Day

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Wednesday 22nd February 2017

Scleroderma & Raynaud’s UK online test helps over 3,000 people establish if they have Raynaud’s

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Wednesday 8th February 2017

Running and Raynaud's

How to look after yourself when running.

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Thursday 26th January 2017

Raise Your Hands Media Pack

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Monday 9th January 2017

Raynaud's Awareness Month 2017

February 2017 was Raynaud's Awareness Month and SRUK supported it with raise your hands.

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Tuesday 3rd January 2017

Stem cells offer new hope for scleroderma

Dan Muscat, 49, developed systemic scleroderma in 2014, in which the skin all over his body began to harden and tighten due to the overproduction of collagen. An experimental stem-cell treatment has meant a "180-degree" turn in Dan's symptoms.

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Tuesday 3rd January 2017

Raynaud's and open water swimming

Raynaud’s attacks, usually triggered by the cold causing a lack of blood flow to the extremities, are often mild and manageable; however diving into cold water may cause problems.

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