A child who does not receive adequate treatment for a rheumatic condition may suffer dire lifelong consequences. Over 300,000 children have been diagnosed with rheumatic diseases, yet fewer than 400 pediatric rheumatologists practice in America. Rheumatologists who treat adults are doing their best to meet this care deficit, but they generally lack the expertise of pediatric specialists. The shortage persists amidst efforts to promote awareness of the need.
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