Community is always better when we all come together to help out.

Burger 25 in Toms River does it right, every time. They are always thinking of ways to help out a cause that's important to people in Ocean County and beyond.

A friend of mine was telling me about her niece, Natalia. She was diagnosed almost 3 years ago with a very rare autoimmune disease called Juvenile Dermatomyositis (JDM). February is rare disease awareness and Burger 25 is coming together along with the Cure JM Foundation to support research for better treatments and ultimately a cure.

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My friend's niece has the most scrumptious looking and delicious milkshake named after her at Burger 25, how cool is that? It's called Natalia's Caramel PB Cup Shake to support Natalia and kids just like her.

Natalia's Caramel PB Cup Shake, oh this looks delicious. Get over to Burger 25 for the month of February and help out this great cause. Burger 25 is located at 199 Rt. 37 E. in Toms River.

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If you want to learn more about more about this rare disease, this is from the Cure JM website:

Juvenile myositis is a rare autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system attacks its own cells and tissues. Your doctor may refer to juvenile myositis as juvenile dermatomyositis or JDM. Juvenile dermatomyositis is the most common form of the disease.

Juvenile myositis affects each child differently as the immune system typically attacks muscle and skin, resulting in significant and sometimes severe weakness and persistent rash. The exact cause of JM is unknown. Current treatments are imperfect, yet most children diagnosed today go on to live their best lives.  Our work is to help make the road to their best life easier, so they can get back to being kids again faster.

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