About Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior: News Flare
I thought News Flare was more appropriate than News Flash.
Some important RA Warrior updates
First, I’m happy to show you that yesterday, a news article by yours truly was published on HCP (Health Care Professionals) Live. The topic is one that will be close to our hearts. I wrote that unless there can be early Rheumatoid Arthritis diagnosis, there cannot be “early and aggressive” Rheumatoid Arthritis treatment.
Second, I hope you haven’t missed out on the new Bulletin board page (click the blue push pin button). It’s just what it sounds like: a place for me to put things I find that are “must see,” whenever you get time. Not everything on that page will be related to the Rheumatoid Arthritis cause. If I think it’s important or it will make you smile, that’s enough.
Third, there are big technical problems with the blog. Yesterday, I had a conference with an expert who volunteered an advice session. As he had warned me, there was bad news. Apparently, to Google, my website appears as the proverbial needle in a haystack. Or needle in an RA’ers bathroom maybe.
There are a few more “issues,” but you get the idea. I guess it doesn’t do any good for me to be well adjusted. I still have a blog with “issues.”
Fourth, the blog has recently been accepted by BlogHer for their scrupulous ad program. This is actually a complement to the site and we are hoping it will be a positive move. Any ad revenue will help to offset operation costs. Hopefully, the blog will eventually be self supporting. This page will tell you more about advertising on RA Warrior. If you don’t have anything to advertise, we are also equipped to take donations.
Finally, I am more grateful than I can ever explain to you for the support and encouragement that I have received these past few days. If you missed yesterday’s post, I hope you’ll read it when you get a chance. I’m hoping that the peek behind the scenes helps us all. One day at a time.
- 3 Reasons to Stop Saying “Complications of Rheumatoid Arthritis”
- Celebrities and Rheumatoid Arthritis, Part 3: Being our own celebrities
- The U K’s “Campaign Against Ignorance” of Rheumatoid Arthritis
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