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Role of the patients' associations (CLAIR consortium)

Role of the patients' associations (CLAIR consortium)

Revue Medicale de Bruxelles 28(4): 308-310

The Confederation Against Rheumatoid Inflammatory Diseases (CLAIR) is regrouping patients, doctors, paramedics, relatives and voluntaries, which are all members of the associations Lupus Erythematosus, Sclerodermia, Rheumatoid Arthritis and "Patient Partner Program". The purpose of the association are -to create a chain of solidarity, hope and listening between patients suffering from these diseases. At least one hundred thousand of people are concerned by these rheumatoid inflammatory diseases; -to make the general public aware of this range of chronic diseases; -to make the medical world aware of the importance of early diagnosis and rapid aggressive treatment; -to establish relationships with the political world in order to improve awareness and recognition, of chronic inflammatory diseases; -to support joint projects of the associations in order to promote medical research.

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