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The End of the Beginning

So here’s the rest of my story. Or at least the rest of the beginning of my story. The Monday following Thanksgiving in 2008 I called my doctor for the referral to a rheumatologist. When they called me back they said they had made me an appointment. In January. I …

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I Fought Like a Girl!

Hi. I’m Roz, 29 from England. On February 9th this year, I was diagnosed with Nodular Sclerosis Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. People have asked me if I was surprised when I got my diagnosis, and my answer is no. I’d been going to the doctor’s with a Hodgkin’s symptom since July 2009, it just …

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Add Fiber to Your Daily Routine

Once associated with rather embarrassing products, fiber is now recognized as an important part of our diets. We’ve all seen advertisements for high-fiber breakfast cereals and fiber-rich snack bars, but most of us don’t completely understand the importance of adding fiber to our diets. What’s Fiber? Dietary fiber is a …

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Introducing Me…and my RA

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Aubrey and I’ve been living (quite begrudgingly) with Rheumatoid Arthritis for more than two years now. That’s not a lot of time to become an “expert” about any subject (with the possible exception of “types of celery”) and I hope I never …

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