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Friends at NIH is partnering with the Relapsing Polychondritis Awareness and Support Foundation (RPASF) in New York City to provide transportation support to patients for travel expenses to the NIH so they may participate in the groundbreaking study of this rare disease. To learn more visit:

“Relapsing polychondritis is a disease that few people know about,” said Nancy Linn, Chair of RPASF. “Our mission is to push forward this research and raise awareness of this terrible condition so that those suffering can get the treatment that they deserve. It is a race and we greatly appreciate Friends at NIH’s wonderful program.”

RPASF has uniquely joined with Race for RP signing on top professional race car drivers as ambassadors who are “driving awareness and accelerating research” for RP.


The Friends of Patients at the NIH