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  • Resources for Traveling with a Chronic Illness

    Posted by Katelyn Snider, U.S. Communications and Public AffairsTravel_post_1280x960

    At UCB, we strive to support patients to live their best lives possible, and we know getting time away from home for summer vacation or other travel needs is part of life. Whether you live with a chronic illness, are a caregiver for someone who lives with a chronic illness, or not - traveling can be stressful. However, for many people living with a chronic illness, special considerations are needed during travel, and it can be particularly challenging when you must travel with medicines. Fortunately, with a little planning, you can decrease the hassle, reduce your stress, and enjoy your trip.

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  • UCB Hosts Wake County Teachers for STEM Immersion Program

    Posted by Becky Malone, Engagement and Communications Specialist1280x960.wakeed

    Yesterday, UCB’s Research Triangle Park (RTP) office hosted ten high school teachers as part of WakeEd’s SummerSTEM immersion program. SummerSTEM is an award-winning, eight-day professional development program to enrich educators’ understanding of the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) careers. This program is a collaboration between the WakeEd Partnership, the Wake County Public School System, and biotech businesses in North Carolina.

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  • Press Release: UCB Launches the Autoimmune Motherhood (AIM) Movement™ to Empower and Inform Women with Chronic Inflammatory Disease About Family Planning

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    The AIM Movement provides support, information and a place to share stories about motherhood in women with chronic inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA), psoriatic arthritis (PsA), ankylosing spondylitis (AS), and Crohn’s disease (CD).

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  • Emergency Preparedness This Hurricane Season

    Posted by Katelyn Snider, U.S. Communications and Public AffairsUCBCares_hurricane_1280x960

    June marked the beginning of the 2018 hurricane season. Natural disasters – like hurricanes—can hit anywhere, any time. For someone living with a chronic disease, preparing for a disaster goes beyond just securing life and property—one must consider how to maintain access to much needed medicines.

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