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SRF-AR10On behalf of all of us at the Scleroderma Research Foundation, thank you for making it a great year for medical research. We are deeply appreciative of your generosity and recognize that our continuing success is dependent upon your generosity.

To see what projects you helped to fund last year and learn more about the Foundation's research program and other happenings, Visit our Website to download the recently published 2010 Annual Report.
Dr. Fred Wigley of Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center to appear on NBC's Today Show Today Show Logo 
The SRF is excited to share that SRF-funded investigator and Director of the Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center in Baltimore, MD will be discussing Raynaud's Phenomenon on NBC's Today Show on Wednesday, December 22. Check your local listings for time and channel.

The Scleroderma Center at Johns Hopkins University provides outstanding comprehensive care for patients with scleroderma and facilitates new discoveries through clinical and basic research programs. It has established effective training programs for physicians as well as educational programs for patients and the public.
Dr. Fredrick Wigley
Dr. Fredrick M. Wigley, Director of the Scleroderma Center at Johns Hopkins University
Under the Direction of Dr. Wigley, it has become one of the largest and most respected Centers of its kind. More than 200 new patients continue to be seen each year at the Center; patients with scleroderma, Raynaud's Phenomenon, localized scleroderma, mixed connective tissue disease or diseases that mimic scleroderma. The Center now has more than 2,600 scleroderma patients in its clinical database.

The SRF is honored to support Dr. Wigley and the Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center of Excellence.

For a list of other clinics and treatment centers specializing in scleroderma, visit the SRF website.
Join for the Holidays and make a difference! 

Cure Crew Logo The SRF is recruiting volunteers to help raise funds and awareness for scleroderma research.


This holiday season, some Cure Crew members are making the most of their online profile to help raise funds for scleroderma research by organizing virtual fundraising campaigns. It's really simple and you can do it too! Just sign up for Cure Crew, customize your online profile and share it with friends and family. Everyone can get involved!


You can set fundraising goals and track your progress. Best of all, you're helping to increase scleroderma awareness and make new research discoveries possible. 

Become one of our first 50 Cure Crew Members for a chance to win a $300 American Express gift card! Sign up here NOW!
Thank you, again, for supporting our work. May the New Year be filled with joy and bring you, your family and friends many wonderful memories.

Best wishes,

Amy Hewitt
Executive Director
Scleroderma Research Foundation
Make a Donation 1-800-441-CURE (2873)