A call to Action: Earlier Recognition, Research, & Treatment Options There’s a recent article in The Lancet Rheumatology by Bamidis et al. (2021) about a case of Still’s disease developed after COVID. We wanted to take a minute to share some highlights and bring attention to Still’s disease as a potential consequence of COVID-19 infection.Continue reading “Hot Topic: AOSD Diagnosis Post-COVID-19”
If you are going to stand on the shoulders of giants, it only seems fair that you should learn their names. History, however, transcends names in a textbook. A medical history is a chronicle of problem solving and an accumulated observational diary of patterns. Discovery by Sir G. F. Still It is easy to imagineContinue reading “A Brief History of Still’s Disease”
We are very excited to share another Still’s disease patient story with you. Because the Still’s disease population is incredibly varied, our goal in sharing these stories is to make sure we give a voice to as many different facets of the Still’s experience as possible. Not all patients have the privilege of sharing theirContinue reading “Jean’s Story”
In our previous posts about Still’s disease, we have thoroughly reviewed the science behind the disease. As readers, you might have noticed we have been quite deliberate about not referring or comparing Still’s to any form of arthritis. We have focused the discussion on the severe complications of Still’s, including cytokine storms/MAS, blood clots, andContinue reading ““I do NOT have Rheumatoid Arthritis””
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