StopCAIDnow, Inc. is a non-profit organization recognized globally. We are a 501c3 accredited non-profit. The foundation is focused on treatments, awareness, diverse genetic testing, genomics.
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C.A.I.D Foundation
Lisa Moreno-Dickinson, President

P.O. Box 992
Chadds Ford, PA 19317
| c: 1.877.CAID.644
| f: 1.877.CAID.640
| e: stopcaidnow@aol.com

Children who are teaching the world about what life should be, please help them and share this video about @stopcaidnowinternational that will tug on your heartstrings: http://youtu.be/-UGCLUvrt8c

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With all the diseases in our world, we tend to focus on the name vs the mechanism and seeing the connection of placement. placement of two different categories, the AutoImmune and AutoInflammatory
Years after years the question is where do these diseases stem from? Are they Genetic, infectious, environmental, are [...]

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With more awareness we can do great things. Stop CAID Now is committed to the children and to finding a cure for all of the rare diseases that make up CAID. Please check out Lisa’s interview with Channel 69 News Allentown, PA.

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Here is the loving Mommy behind Stop Childhood Auto Inflammatory Diseases, Lisa Moreno-Dickinson. She never ceases to amaze me by all that she has done, and continues to accomplish for not only her sons, Aiden and Brody, but for so many who suffer from auto inflammatory diseases.

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MEFV gene (FMF) codes for the protein pyrin. Pyrin mutations were found in the MS patients. Pyrin is implicated in the maturation and secretion of the proinflammatory cytokine IL-1β. (IL-1β is a major mediator of fever and systemic inflammation).

(see table with frequency of common MEFV mutations among MS patients)

Familial Mediterranean [...]

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