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Welcome, and thank you for visiting the brand-new website for the Autoimmune Association, formerly known as the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA).

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We are thrilled to be launching the site with exciting new content and features. The refreshed look along with our new logo and updated organizational name represent the modernized approach we are taking to deliver relevant and timely autoimmune information to the public, and symbolizes the next chapter for the Autoimmune Association. As the new President and CEO, I could not be more delighted with the direction the organization is heading.

We know our website is how many of you engage with us, making it important that we provide the information that you are seeking, when you want it and how you want it. We pored over data, talked to patients and caregivers, and took all that feedback to create the best possible experience for you. Some of the key features on our new site include:

  • Enhanced disease information
    • Search by disease name or browse alphabetically
    • Email yourself key information about diagnosis, symptoms, and treatment for later consultation
    • View partner organizations associated with specific diseases
  • Published autoimmune research
    • Read the 10 most recent published autoimmunity papers from PubMed.gov
  • Improved Resource Center
    • Find information for Caregivers, Patient Support, Diagnosis Tips, and more!

We encourage you to spend some time browsing the site and hope you love it just as much as we do!

Sincerely,
Molly Murray
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President and CEO

Interested in learning more about the Autoimmune Association?

Our new website includes all the information you need to learn more about our association’s vision, mission, history and impact.