The RA Girl
My name is Carrie and I am a nursing student who was recently diagnosed with Rheumatoid arthritis. In February of 2011 I turned 30. Now, most of my gifts were pretty sweet, but unfourtanelty I recieved one that I did not want and no one would let me return. Rheumatoid Arthritis. I am hoping this site will help guide young women like myself through this confusing, upsetting, painful, laughable, unfashionable, poorly insured, bacon free, sugarless world of illness. Please check my blog as I write about this new life of mine, and feel free to contact me about anything, I would LOVE to hear from you!
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I’ve been in twittersphere and blogosphere for quite a while and have seen a gaping hole in the need for a blog by someone in the healthcare community, who also deals with a chronic disease, to improve relations between patients and healthcare providers and keep a positive dialogue going.
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ABC’s of RA
It’s never easy and that is for sure! Having RA (rheumatoid arthritis) for over twelve years I have learned that indeed, it is never simple. Doing almost anything with ra can be a huge challenge and for me it has been. Thus…the reason I am now writing a blog.
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