Stanford Medicine X 2017

A growing number of autoimmune patients, frustrated by a passive care system, seek tools to manage their own lives. In sickness and in health, they seek tools to interpret symptoms, guide diagnosis, treatment, and lifestyle changes, and most urgently, moderate or prevent acute episodes.

How can we lead this movement towards developing individualized autoimmune care? 

How can we use these new self-management tools to empower patients, support clinical practice, gather and analyze data, and enable new approaches to tackle the spectrum of autoimmune disease? 

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