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Ms. Meniscus gives advice to a woman seeking a(nother) new doctor.
Brenda has learned from living with Rheumatoid Arthritis for the past 21 years, that battles and blessings do go hand in hand with coping.
Lana explains what role genes have in developing Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA).
Ms. Meniscus is asked about what to do in case there is a Methotrexate shortage.
Your rheumatologist isn't a mind-reader, so don't hold back information.
Seth writes from the annual ACR meeting in Chicago.
Ms Meniscus advises a women concerned about being switched from Humira to an infusion center after she starts Medicare.
Seth reflects on his trip to Rio to speak at a regional conference for 200 rheumatologists.
This week Seth heads south of the equator to Brazil to speak to a group of rheumatologists about doctor-patient communication.
This week, Dan is away on a trip, and he helps us understand just what is involved when a chronically ill individual travels. The amount of medicine and other equipment that must come along with him can be overwhelming. Not only that but the disease itself always gets worse when he is outside of his comfort zone. See how it ends up.