Tag: Rheumatoid Disease

Steady Progress: An RA Story

I forgot what it feels like to live a normal life and I may never experience it again. I have hope, however, with new developments in pharmaceuticals and biotech devices. I keep up with the latest trials and breakthroughs on the horizon. In the… Continue Reading “Steady Progress: An RA Story”

The Latest Research on Bioelectric Treatment for RA

Image: Setpoint Medical Read the lastest on biomedical treatment for RA. http://www.rdmag.com/article/2018/09/biotech-device-could-treat-rheumatoid-arthritis-without-side-effects

Our Expert Advocates: An RA Story

How I found my expert advocate team – quite a journey!

Guilt is a Cruel Master: A Believer’s (& RA) Story

Feelings of insecurity and worthlessness were sparked by guilt over my chronic disease.

Roller Coaster-The Week Mercy Showed Up: An RA Story

I could hardly contain my happiness. It was a reprieve, a time of relief, and a moment of mercy.

Writing For An Audience-Who Is It? A Writer’s Story

That is the hardest pill to swallow. I think of this and I cry, then I get mad, and finally I trust in God.

Time to Escalate-A Difficult Decision: An RA Story

This is not an easy decision. I prayed over it, talked with Greg about it, and researched more than my brain could stand sometimes.

Cory Lebovitz

Org charts don’t build thriving teams - you do!

john pavlovitz

Stuff That Needs To Be Said

Maggie Rowe

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B Is for Blessed!

Embracing God's Grace

Cory Lebovitz

Org charts don’t build thriving teams - you do!

john pavlovitz

Stuff That Needs To Be Said

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