Living with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA)

If you or your child lives with polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA, previously known as JRA), you know how limiting it can sometimes be – how difficult it can be to do simple, everyday things. So you want to do everything you can to help yourself or your child. That starts with learning as much as you can about JIA. Reading, asking questions, and seeking out new information are ways to do this. This section of can help give you a fundamental understanding of JIA so you can help manage your or your child's JIA better.

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Just because you have an illness, it shouldn't stop you from doing anything you really want to do.

— Brooke S., ENBREL JIA patient


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