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You’ve been told that rheumatoid disease, such as rheumatoid arthritis, is not curable.
This web site is devoted to providing information about arthritis and related diseases, conditions, and treatments. It is designed to make it easy for you to navigate your way to greater knowledge of arthritis and how it affects the myriad of people who suffer from this disease. The Arthritis Trust of America is dedicated to helping the public. But we also need help from the public. Much of the relief we provide directly to all is the result of the generosity of the public. Please help in our goal to make arthritis a thing of the past.
Can Rheumatoid Arthritis Be Cured?
In Memorium Introduction
Perry A. Chapdelaine, Sr., M.A.
February 06, 1925 – November 24, 2015
The Founder, Executive Director and Secretary of The Roger Wyburn-Mason and Jack M. Blount Foundation for the Eradication of Rheumatoid Disease and its project The Arthritis Trust of America passed on last fall. Almost 91-years-old, Perry dedicated his last thirty-three years researching and writing for the foundation’s website, it’s donors and its referral doctors. He worked tirelessly to educate everyone about the many alternatives to conventional medicinal drugs used to suppress the symptoms of Rheumatoid Diseases (arthritis, psoriasis, etc.), drugs that do cause cancer and infections (sometimes fatal) for some of those who take them.
Go to Perry’s In Memorium