Child Health Advocate Claire Dwoskin Wins "Lifetime Contribution to Autoimmunity" Award

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The Children's Medical Safety Research Institute is proud to announce Claire Dwoskin of the Dwoskin Family Foundation was awarded for her philanthropic efforts in Nice, France, at the 2014 Autoimmunity Congress.

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Claire Dwoskin, founder of the Children Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI), was presented with one of three awards that recognize people who contribute in a significant way to the field of Autoimmunity.

During the 2014 Autoimmunity Congress that was held from March 26-30 in France, AESKU – a German-based supplier of autoimmunity products – presented Claire Dwoskin, Dr. Marvin Fritzler, and Dr. Pier Luigi Meroni with the "Lifetime Contribution to Autoimmunity" award. This presentation followed AESKU's decade tradition of recognizing people prominent in the field.

With 81 symposia featuring 600 leading speakers, the 2014 Autoimmunity Congress put Dwoskin and other awardees in front of a worldwide audience focused on lessening the spread of autoimmune disorders. Among Dwoskin's achievements highlighted included her creation of CMSRI and her family foundation's charitable work in the area of vaccine safety and advocacy.

To learn more about Claire Dwoskin, visit AESKU's 2014 award page that highlights her most impactful achievements.

About CMSRI:

CMSRI provides funding for research to address the significant increase of immune, inflammatory and cognitive disorders in children and adults. Previously named the Dwoskin Family Foundation after its founders Claire and Albert Dwoskin, CMSRI is focused on discovering changes in human exposures that may be linked to chronic health conditions like Alzheimer's and autism. To fund new research that dispels rumors and spreads facts, donate to CMSRI today.

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