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At this year’s 2019 Advocacy Summit, the Arthritis Foundation was excited to welcome Meg Maley, CBS’ “Big Brother” Season 17 houseguest, as a first-time Advocate.
Meg was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis (PsA) when she was just 12 years old. After her time on “Big Brother” came to a close, Meg decided to use her newly-found platform as an opportunity to share her story of living with PsA and uveitis. Since then, she has emceed the Walk to Cure Arthritis in New York City and hosted a multitude of fundraisers to benefit the Arthritis Foundation.
Use of her hands meant everything. It’s how she saved lives. It’s how she provided for her family.
Susan Behen, MD, trained in general surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital and held a specialty fellowship in colon surgery. For years she used her hands to perform all sorts of abdominal and laparoscopic surgeries. Then came the diagnosis – psoriatic arthritis.
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Help us win the fight against arthritis! Join the Arthritis Foundation’s army of over 125,000 Advocates and help us make positive changes on Capitol Hill and across the nation. Through powerful grassroots advocacy, our Advocates make their opinions and stories known on numerous arthritis-related policy priorities, including:
- Out-of-pocket medication costs
- Access to timely, affordable patient care
- Research and prevention of arthritis and related diseases
- And building a strong Congressional Arthritis Caucus