autoimmune research, lifestyle, mind-body, patient stories, Uncategorized

The 5 Ways I Found My Personal Power: From Stanford MedicineX 2014 to 2017

1. Finding courage to look for a community at Medx 2014 & 2015 Spurred by experiencing my own vague symptoms and watching autoimmune disease pop up in my network of family and friends, I found my passion and dreamed of reimagining research, diagnosis, and care for all my loved ones suffering from mysterious illnesses. Chasing… Continue reading The 5 Ways I Found My Personal Power: From Stanford MedicineX 2014 to 2017

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Decoding Autoimmunity

By Bonnie Feldman, Ellen M Martin, and Tiffany Simms What Do We Mean by the Autoimmune Abyss? More than 50M patients in the US are living with 100+ different kinds of autoimmune diseases. In “The Lonely Voices of Autoimmune Disease” young adults talk about the challenges of living with chronic disease in the prime of… Continue reading Decoding Autoimmunity

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Saving Our Children: Reversing the Autoimmune Epidemic

By: Tiffany Simms, Bonnie Feldman, Ellen M. MartinDrBonnie360 returns to Stanford Medicine X a third time in a row, this time bringing the lonely voices of autoimmune disease to the main stage. After spotlighting autoimmune disease for two years, there is no better time to reverse the epidemic than today. A brighter, healthier future is… Continue reading Saving Our Children: Reversing the Autoimmune Epidemic

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Once the Fog Lifts…

Do you know there is an invisible epidemic affecting millions, possibly billions worldwide? The worst part is that number is increasing and it’s increasing in children. Early this year, we began a series on autoimmune disease that illustrates its underserved and invisible nature. This invisible disease presents a large and growing opportunity to help millions today… Continue reading Once the Fog Lifts…

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Coming Out of the Closet

By: Tiffany Simms, Bonnie Feldman, and Ellen M Martin  Autoimmunity has spent a long time in the shadows. It has a history of being under-served, under-recognized, and under-funded.  However, things are looking up. Just this past year, we’ve had hope from complementary medicine coming to the forefront and personalized nutrition getting easier. While these improvements… Continue reading Coming Out of the Closet

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Personalized Nutrition to Modify Autoimmune Symptoms

By Bonnie Feldman, Tiffany Simms and Ellen M Martin Through our surveys of autoimmune patients and our Stanford Medicine X workshop, we found many autoimmune patients feeling ill-used and underserved by conventional medical care. Many other blogs and web sites also spotlight these issues across the autoimmune community. Widespread are feelings that no one was… Continue reading Personalized Nutrition to Modify Autoimmune Symptoms

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Believe It or Not

By Tiffany Simms, Bonnie Feldman, and Ellen M Martin Why are the lonely voices of autoimmune disease so lonely? What compelled us to coin this name? Autoimmune disease is underserved, overlooked, and under-appreciated. Due to the invisible nature of autoimmune diseases, many of its patients look normal and healthy. This presents a challenge for patients’… Continue reading Believe It or Not

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#WhatIf We Could Think Differently For Autoimmunity – MedXAutoimmune

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The Lonely Voices of Autoimmune Disease @StanfordMedX

Explore a recap of DrBonnie360's Stanford MedicineX 2014 presentation, highlighting the need to use data and digital tools to ignite precision medicine in autoimmune disease. Click the link below: //storify.com/DrBonnie360/stanford-medicine-x-2014/embed