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RP Research Scientist Spotlight: Emily Rose, BS

The Relapsing Polychondritis Foundation actively pursues effective treatments for relapsing polychondritis.  Fortunately, there are amazing researchers all over the world who are using their expertise to help patients with RP.

We are pleased to recognize Emily Rose, a medical student, who works with skill and enthusiasm on RP research.  Emily played a key role at the RP Investigators Meeting in Atlanta on 9 November 2019.

We are grateful for Emily’s contributions to date and are highly confident she will have an excellent career helping patients worldwide.

Please join us in salute of Emily and all others who support the RP community by sharing this post (and others) on social media.

Emily Rose and other experts generously share their insights in “The Need for New Treatments for Relapsing Polychondritis and the Next Steps” video below:

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    Susie Ratledge says

    Thank you for all the researchers involved in learning more about relapsing polychondritis!

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    Carol Holden says

    Thank you so much for your research. RP is a terrible disease and we need all the help we can get in recognizing symptoms and getting better treatment. Thank you!!

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    Karen says

    Thank you so much Emily Rose & all researchers…you r our hope & ray of sunshine

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    Rachel Wollan says

    Emily Rose, thank you for using your gifted mind, energy and enthusiasm to help us. Hope for a better treatment is hope for a better future and our fuel for today.

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    Rachel Wollan says

    Emily Rose, thank you for using your gifted mind, energy and enthusiasm towards RP!

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