“Three out of four of our children developed type 1 diabetes.”
The Murdock Trust has granted BRI with more than $3 million over 30 years for state-of-the-art core equipment to support the research labs.
After her lupus diagnosis, Cece Haw credits her Virginia Mason care team for getting her the answers.
Here are some of the ways your generous donations make an impact on the fight against autoimmune and immune system diseases.
If you’re searching for a story of human triumph in the face of living with autoimmune diseases, look no further than the Biesold family.
Jessica Hamerman, PhD, is examining inflammatory response in autoimmune diseases in human blood samples from the BRI biorepository.
The Matrix Biology Program at BRI has found tremendous support in Ann Ramsay-Jenkins and William M. Jenkins.
A labor of love to honor a much loved man provides funds for type 1 diabetes research at Benaroya Research Institute.
As a young man, Frank Dvorak had set his sights on a career in aviation.
The estate of Leonard and Majorie Wright of Mukilteo, Wash., recently bequeathed $2.5 million to BRI for translational research.
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