Welcome to RAlly!
RALLY: The National Data Bank for Rheumatic Diseases (NDB) is a project that collects data on rheumatoid arthritis (RA) directly from persons who have this illness. The goals of the project are to advance our knowledge about the causes, outcomes, costs, treatments, and results of treatments related to RA. Another important goal of the project is to stimulate data collection and study by health professionals, and make NDB data available for medical research.
Participating physicians can sign in to view their patient data here, and they can also access the NDB data bank to research general rheumatic disease issues.
If you are already filling out NDB and RAlly questionnaires, you can sign in here to view your report and learn about arthritis. If this is your first time to the RALLY site, you can enroll here.
If you would like to complete a short questionnaire to see how you are doing and to learn about arthritis, start here.