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Vocalist Lori Jenaire Makes Billboard's Top Five with Jazzy R&B Classic "As You Are" featuring Patrice Rushen and Supports AARDA #25for25 Fundraising for Autoimmune Related Diseases Vocalist Lori Jenaire is pledging .25 cents from every single sold of "As You Are" to the 25th anniversary celebration of the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, Inc. (AARDA) #25for25 Campaign. Los Angeles - With the release of her Top Five Billboard Hot Singles Sales charting debut, "As You Are," featuring Patrice Rushen, a remake of the 1978 Pharoah Sander's R&B soul classic which originally featured Phyllis Hyman, songstress Lori Jenaire is on a mission that transcends music sales and charting. The lovely diva is hoping to bring more attention to an issue that not only personally affects her, but also millions of others, autoimmune diseases. Jenaire is pledging .25 cents from every single sold of "As You Are" to the 25th anniversary celebration of the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, Inc. (AARDA) #25for25 Campaign. The AARDA #25for25 effort invites individuals and organizations around the world to recognize AARDA's achievements on behalf of people with autoimmune diseases and to support their work going forward by donating to the organization. Jenaire is hoping that her remake of "As You Are" uplifts the spirit of those battling with their own autoimmune related health struggles while encouraging awareness and compassion for global healing on a mass level. According to AARDA, there are more than 100 known autoimmune diseases (ADs), including psoriasis, Graves' disease, Sjogren's syndrome, Type 1 diabetes, relapsing polychondritis, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease and lupus. The underlying cause of all of these diseases is autoimmunity which disproportionately affects women. Of the 50 million Ameri

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