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Our news section provides local updates on chapter activities in the community. This resource will highlight our chapter’s successes and upcoming opportunities for education and fundraising, in addition to other news.

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DANVERS, Mass. – January 11, 2022 – The Scleroderma Foundation, a national nonprofit that advances medical research, promotes disease awareness, and provides support and education to people with scleroderma and their families and support networks, announced it will now be known as the National Scleroderma Foundation to help reach and educate a larger audience and connect more people in the scleroderma community with the resources they need.

The National Scleroderma Foundation also relaunched its website and unveiled a new logo to accompany the name change. The National Scleroderma Foundation helps connect the community of 300,000 Americans living with scleroderma and funds innovative research to discover the cause, understand the mechanism, and overcome the disease forever.

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