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Mayo Clinic Video Interview: Patients at ACR Scientific Meeting

Some of you may be puzzled about what I’m doing in Chicago. So here’s a brief summary and a video interview with Mayo Clinic News Blog telling why patients are interested in a scientific meeting like the ACR Scientific Meeting. What happens at the American College of Rheumatology Scientific Meeting? “The ACR/ARHP Annual Scientific Meeting will be...Continue reading      11 Comments » Read more

Video: Rheumatoid Patient Foundation Gives RA Patients a Voice

This week, the Rheumatoid Patient Foundation (RPF) conducts our first exhibit at the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Annual Scientific Meeting. Beginning tomorrow, we’ll present our video The Faces of Rheumatoid Disease to doctors, researchers, and industry attending the ACR meeting. We’ve also prepared other materials that we’ll be sharing with you in the coming...Continue reading      1 Comment » Read more

Video Blog: Two Essentials with a Rheumatoid Arthritis Diagnosis

What do you say to someone diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis? If I could meet to every person diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, I’d encourage them to Expect the best from treatments; Read all of their medical records; Keep up on research. I’d also wish for them that they find doctors who listen well! What else is indispensible with a Rheumatoid Arthritis diagnosis? Watch...Continue reading      24 Comments » Read more

Behind the Scenes Video: Patient at a Social Media Conference

Telling it like it is. On camera. It’s uncomfortable. It's very hard to talk about harsh pain. Why does pain seem so embarrassing? I even gave birth in quiet agony a few times because of that. 3 aspects of RA that are difficult to discuss It’s hard to talk about pain, so most of us are pretty private...Continue reading      4 Comments » Read more

The Now-I-Understand Abbott Suit for Rheumatoid Arthritis

What’s the one thing I’ve said more than anything else over the last five years? “No one understands.” I sigh it quietly. I mutter it under my breath. I exclaim it loudly in frustration. I struggle to say it through tears. But I don’t think I’ve ever blogged it. Who doesn’t understand? The professional people I associate with...Continue reading      33 Comments » Read more

Hear My RA Interview on KISS FM! Plus Updates & Coupons

Over the last two weeks, I haven’t been able to write very much because of 2 roadblocks: Do you have RA in your shoulder? Lately, I’ve just cried and lay with heat or ice on mine. Some days, I couldn’t lift it forward from my side even an inch, no matter how hard I tried. At least this...Continue reading      41 Comments » Read more

Joint Effort of Rheum Patients Will Outshine Progressing RA

Tonight I heard one of the countless diabetes ads. “Are you still using a violent syringe? Buy our flexpen syringe...” Huh? They said it again, only this time I realized it was “vial and syringe.” Funny how we can hear things in a certain way – like the word progress, which can be pronounced two...Continue reading      21 Comments » Read more

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