Member Histories


To Include your history please send it to

 As you know, Still's Disease can be a very difficult disease to diagnose. The symptoms of the disease and the prognosis varies from person to person.  Keeping a diary or journal of your symptoms and disease course is very helpful for the doctors and for yourself. We have found that one of the best ways to learn about Still's Disease is through reading of other's experience's with the disease. 

Tom began keeping track of member's personal histories in 1996.  We try to keep the information as up to date as possible, however some members that have gone into remission don't update their stories anymore. 

Finicia Comptom ] Jennifer Jay ] Jerry ] Beth ] Lynn Paarman ] Sue Raleigh ] Carole Whaley ] Carol Brophy ] Steve Thomas ] Tom Kufahl ] Joyce Irving ] Aleeta Hockenberry ] Brad Baker ] Shelly ] Kelly McCoy ] Chelsea ] Yvsa ] Darcy Higgins ] MJ ] Chris Foster ] Marilyn Hogg ] Veronica Kenny ] Cathy Ledsome ] Shannon Wagstaff ] Connie Hart ] Kathleen ] Tricia Looker ] Nuno Mendes ] Alan Johnson ] Amy Barrett ] Rhonda Creely ] Kathy Meehan ] Karen Simpsom ] Samantha Marcum ] Rietta ] Linda ] Dave Taylor ] Honey ] Lucas Grencer ] Ben Lynch ] Vicky Holman ]

If you would like to include your history send it to

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Jennifer Jay  

Keeper of Member Histories

or mail it to

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International Still's Disease Foundation

PO Box 11801  Suite 284

Houston, Texas 75117

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