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SCLERODERMA. HARD WORD. HARDER DISEASE.

There’s nothing easy about scleroderma. This autoimmune disease, which has no known cause or cure, causes hardening skin, stiff joints, digestive issues, lung scarring, kidney failure, and in the worst cases, death.

But here’s one of the hardest things about scleroderma: so few people are aware of the disease, researchers don’t get the resources they need.

That’s why we need you to speak out. Take the pledge to tell at least one person about scleroderma this month. Then share it and challenge friends to do the same.

Once people hear, they can help. Let’s make the voices of scleroderma heard.

WHAT IS SCLERODERMA AWARE?

Scleroderma Aware is an annual joint initiative of the Scleroderma Foundation, Scleroderma Canada and the Scleroderma Research Foundation to raise awareness of scleroderma around the world.

Take the pledge and speak out.

Sign a pledge of support and share it.

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Sign the pledge, then share it to challenge your friends.

Sign the pledge, then share it to challenge
your friends.

Take the pledge to make at least one person
aware of scleroderma who wasn’t before.
And then add more voices to our cause:
Share your pledge on social media, and tag
friends to challenge them to take it, too

Want to do even more? You can:

  • Participate in fundraising events with
    friends
  • Follow scleroderma organizations on
    social media and share their posts
  • Share scleroderma articles and news
    reports with others

 

 

DISCLAIMER: Your contact information will
be shared with our three scleroderma
partners: The Scleroderma Foundation,
Scleroderma Canada and the Scleroderma
Research Foundation.

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SCLERODERMA MAKES LIFE HARDER, ALL OVER.

Use this interactive body map from the Scleroderma Foundation to learn more about the effects of the disease. Select any body part to see how scleroderma affects it.

GET HELP NOW

For scleroderma patients, many forms of help are available: treatment centers, support groups, fundraising events, news on the latest research, downloadable resources and more. Go to any or all of the sites below to learn more.

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