- Actemra – Tocilizumab
- Alternative Therapies
- Arthritis Camp
- Arthritis Walk
- Awareness / Advocacy
- Biologics – Enbrel
- Dealing with the public
- Dentist / Mouth Issues
- Juvenile Arthritis Conference
- Overcoming obstacles
- PT – OT
- 77,522 hits
- The "R" Word
- Last Infusion - Fingers Crossed!
- Absolutely, Wonderfully, Miraculously Average
- Where We Are Going...
- Infusion #2 - Woo Hoo!
- The party's over....or at least on hiatus
- Antibiotics Before the Dentist?
- Titanium, Turkey and Mashed Potatoes....
- The Super-Magnificent, Splendiferous 100th Post!!!
- JA Conference Turning Points
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Category Archives: Remission
Well, it’s been two years since Caitlin had her last infusion of Actemra. Two years since she took her last dose of methotrexate. Two great years of remission – of vacation from almost everything we lived with her systemic juvenile … Continue reading
OK… It’s not all that spectacular, really. But in honor of this 100th post, I thought I would take a look back at where we were when I first started this blog, in September of 2009, and compare it to … Continue reading
I’m sure you’ve probably seen the article in NY Times magazine, published two days ago. It was the most e-mailed article yesterday, and certainly generated a lot of buzz among those in the juvenile arthritis community. In the article, a … Continue reading
It’s Christmas Eve…and as I tuck away with all my loved ones to enjoy the blessings of this life, I reflexively ponder all the years that the light and joy of the season were shadowed by Arthritis . The years my daughter could … Continue reading
I have often said that our experience with arthritis has been like a war – a series of battles. It’s been one step forwards and two steps back, constantly searching for the right treatment and waiting to catch a break. … Continue reading
“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear… not absence of fear.” Mark Twain Caitlin had her last infusion of Actemra last Thursday. At least, that’s what we currently believe. It had been four months since her last infusion. The … Continue reading