Living with Juvenile Arthritis: A Parent's Guide

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"Juvenile Arthritis is often difficult to diagnose and can take weeks, months or even years to determine definitively.  Unlike many other medical conditions, there is no single test and no series of lab tests that will prove or disprove the presence of Juvenile Arthritis."

Author Kimberly Poston Miller has written the book that she wished was available when her children were diagnosed with two different types of Juvenile Arthritis.

Join host, Tami Neumann as she sits down in conversation with Kim Miller.  As she shares how her family has learned to adjust to the new normal, how to manage the sometimes enormous medical teams, controlling and handling flares and the multitude of other things to be considered.

Kimberly Poston Miller is the mother of two children who live with juvenile arthritis and other related autoimmune conditions.  Through the management of her sons' chronic illnesses, she has become not only and active and inspired advocate for arthritis awareness, but also a seasoned expert on finding and maintaining balance within a family that is beset by extreme circumstances and often overwhelming challenges.

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