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UCB Reinforces Long-Standing Commitment to Rheumatology at American College of Rheumatology 2011 Annual Scientific Meeting
Date:11/4/2011

b>translational, and clinical aspects of rheumatoid arthritis.

ACR REF Industry Roundtable: The roundtable brings together leaders from the ACR REF and the pharmaceutical industry in a dynamic partnership, with the goal of ensuring that well-trained, qualified rheumatologists are entering the field and making advancements in patient care.

Harvard-UCB Research Alliance: The alliance was forged to build a unique drug discovery bridge between industry and academia by pushing the boundaries of translational research in order to change the lives of patients. UCB has committed $6 million over the next 2 years to fund innovative research led by Harvard scientists.

UCB RA Scholarship Program: Since 2008, UCB has awarded 101 scholarships, totaling $1,000,000 in education support. Scholarships are awarded to students diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and immediate family members of rheumatoid arthritis patients who are seeking higher education. The scholarship selection committee is comprised of top-ranking rheumatologists, a rheumatology nurse practitioner, and a patient with rheumatoid arthritis.

Reach Beyond RA: A vibrant and newly redesigned online patient resource, www.ReachBeyondRA.com offers robust lifestyle content for patients interested in solutions to better manage their lives with rheumatoid arthritis. The site includes:

  • Access to MyRAFitKit, a customizable fitness program designed specifically for patients with rheumatoid arthritis
  • Managing RA: The Strong Woman's Approach, a new initiative created by UCB and HealthyWomen to help educate, inspire, and empower women living with rheumatoid arthritis
  • Access to HelpPayRA, a library of financial assistance resources to help patients cover the costs of rheumatoid arthritis treatment
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