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Rosemary Ainley Jul 15
Replying to @CreakyJoints
A1. I ask how they are coping and if they have people supporting them.
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Theresa Skopkowski Aug 12
Thank you for a great discussion this evening!
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Emily B Apr 15
Replying to @CreakyJoints
A6. I have a hard time believing that anyone living with chronic illness would be AGAINST healthcare for all.
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Lynette Aug 12
Replying to @CreakyJoints
A5: Pre-existing hands down. We should never be denied access to healthcare due to diseases we did nothing to get.
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BionicRA Aug 12
Replying to @CreakyJoints
A2: none of them they are just mouthing what we want to hear...sorry
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Kate Mae Aug 12
Replying to @CreakyJoints
A2. The only way we will have a good healthcare policy is if elect someone who has battle an illness and walked through the fire or still in it like FDR. Point blank.
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Rosemary Ainley Jul 15
Replying to @CreakyJoints
You don't choose the condition but you can choose how you deal with it. You either surrender to it or you manage it and keep going even though it can get really hard.
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Sydney Harper Jul 15
Replying to @CreakyJoints
A2. Since I've been diagnosed, I am more conscious of diseases other people love with. It helps me deal with my own problems. Plus it helps to have a good support system.
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VenZenix Jul 15
Replying to @CreakyJoints
A2. My family. When I feel like giving up I think of them.
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BionicRA Aug 12
Sorry 🙏 I have deep resentments with the health care system and deeper resentments with a government that does not represents us. It turns to anger very quickly ✌️💙
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Emily B Apr 15
Replying to @CreakyJoints
A5. I need to educate myself more on this topic
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Sydney Harper Jul 15
I've got to hear out. I'll catch up later. Thanks!
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Anja Jul 15
Replying to @Das_Anja_
I also forget how not being in pain feels like, I just don’t remember. I’ve had pain free moments with my new meds, but the last pain free day was years ago. 3/3
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Eddie Applegate Aug 12
Replying to @CreakyJoints
A1. The working together of medical professionals, patient, pharmacy to treat and/or prevent illness.
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Brian Jul 15
Replying to @CreakyJoints
The fatigue feels like you’ve put in an all nighter multiple nights in a week, yet you’ve had perfectly reasonably sleep
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CrapMyDocsSay Jul 15
A2: I think it’s so important to take this a day at a time. Waking up each morning, saying thanks for what motivates you and excites you to tackle each day.
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Shelley Fritz Aug 12
Replying to @jgchayko
Yes! The insurance company should not be able to weigh in and override a physician’s med recommendation.
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ann wall Jan 14
A3 the cost of biologics limit choice even in Canada
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Kealie Mardell Feb 18
A4: Don't forget to take time for yourself, whatever you need 🖤
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UnitedAdvocacyAust Jul 15
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