I keep this blog in part to easily update family, friends, and other JA parents (and any other interested persons!) on how Anna is doing on her journey with Juvenile Arthritis.
Since Anna was first diagnosed in 1999, the terminology has changed. I believe that now children are diagnosed with Juvenile Arthritis, or Juvenile Iodiopathic Arthritis, et. al. However, I created this blog a long time ago, when people referred the disease as Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. Hence the "JRA."
Monday, April 02, 2007
Arthritis and Uveitis don't take up our whole lives! Spent a day at the regional level of National History Day (Anna's brother, Joel, wrote a paper). Had some downtime while there!