- Actemra – Tocilizumab
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- Biologics – Enbrel
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- Juvenile Arthritis Conference
- Overcoming obstacles
- PT – OT
- 90,398 hits
- Day 3 of the CCC- Heading to Big Sur
- The party's over....or at least on hiatus
- Absolutely, Wonderfully, Miraculously Average
- Four Weeks and... Heels?!!
- Gut Reaction....
- Edge of Seventeen....
- Transition starts now....
- What Is It With Spring?
- Finding the Family Connection
- Last Infusion - Fingers Crossed!
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Category Archives: Prednisone
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
I think if there was a moment that I truly envy Dave’s experience on this ride… well, there are many – but if I had to pick a few, this would be up there. It’s the moment when the riders … Continue reading
You may remember that my daughter’s dentist and I had a pretty rocky road to travel on the way to our current state of mutual respect. Now, we routinely exchange information and I honestly feel as if he has come to … 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
Sleep that knits up the ravelled sleave of care The death of each day’s life, sore labour’s bath Balm of hurt minds, great nature’s second course, Chief nourisher in life’s feast. ~William Shakespeare, Macbeth When Caitlin was two, she learned … Continue reading
When your child has arthritis – most doctors’ appointments are more than routine. It’s usually more than a “regular check-up”. Often, they involve an extra trip to the lab for a blood draw, or a swing by for some x-rays. … Continue reading