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Introduction Living independently with a muscle disease like inclusion body myositis (IBM) can be a daunting, but Patrick Warner has accepted the challenge. He views it as a puzzle that needs to be solved. Faced with a disability that involves both his hands and his...read more
What is Rare Disease Day 2018? Rare Disease Day 2018 takes place on February 28. Since its start in Europe in 2008, Rare Disease Day has been an annual event that has grown to involve people all over the world. This is a day to celebrate all of us who live with a rare...read more
His muscles are being destroyed by a disease called inclusion body myositis (IBM), but Martin Jarry is resilient. After recovering from the shock of his diagnosis, he began to fight back, working to increase public awareness of myositis and to bring hope to other...read more
From the soil of Easter Island to the clinics of Paris, the journey of rapamycin to its current position as a potential treatment for sporadic inclusion body myositis is a fascinating story of scientific discovery. A recent clinical trial provided encouraging results,...read more
The purpose of the Cure IBM Blog is to share news and information about the muscle disease, inclusion body myositis (IBM). Articles will discuss research findings, clinical trials, medical information, meetings and events, motivational stories, caregiving, and...read more
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