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Third Annual A Day of Remembrance

September 27, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm EDT

3rd Annual “A Day of Remembrance”

Join us for our

3rd Annual “A Day of Remembrance”

Sunday, September 27, 2020, at 3 PM Eastern Time

Watch the video premiere to honor and remember those we have lost

YouTube at 3 PM Eastern Time

and on Facebook at 6 PM Eastern Time

About “A Day of Remembrance”

In past years we hosted a moment of silence to honor and remember those who have passed with myositis. Beginning in 2018, we decided to do more and created our annual “A Day of Remembrance” video event to publicly memorialize those we have lost to the group of rare muscle, skin, and often multi-organ diseases, the idiopathic inflammatory myopathies (IIM), generally referred to as myositis.

As a part of this event, we also include awareness and educational information to help others better understand the needs of the myositis community, including the need for more collaborative and innovative research, clinical trials, and partnerships, and the urgency of taking action now.

Event sponsors

Learn more about Corbus Pharmaceuticals, Kezar Life Sciences, Orphazyme A/S, UCB, and CSI Pharmacy, the generous sponsors of the 3rd Annual A Day of Remembrance event. Each sponsor is committed to our community and we thank them for their support.

Our Sponsors

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September 27, 2020
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm EDT
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Myositis Support and Understanding (MSU)


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Open to the public

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