Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients & Lovegivers

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Learn about how you can help Rheumatoid Patient Foundation.

Calling all Rheumatoid Arthritis patients and their lovegivers, friends and family. Would  you be willing to help bring awareness about Rheumatoid Arthritis and the Rheumatoid Patient Foundation? We (patients, family, and caregivers aka lovegivers) can make a difference. I believe patients, family and caregivers are key to improving living with RA and finding a cure for this autoimmune disease (watch Lorenzo’s Oil  and Burzynski both available on instant play through Netflix).

How can you help? There are many ways you can help bring awareness to Rheumatoid Patient Foundation.

Here are a few ideas on how you can help:

  • Add a link to http://rheum4us.org/ on your blog or website.
  • Mention Rheum4us.org on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and other social websites.
  • If you are a blogger make a posted about Rheum4us.org.
  • Add a blurb to your print media about Rheum4us.org
  • Send an email to your friends and family introducing them to Rheumatoid Patient Foundation at rheum4us.org
  • Mention Rheum4us.org in your next press release.
  • Talk about Rheum4us.org at local events, church or the next family picnic.
  • Like Rheumatoid Patient Foundation on Facebook.
  • Follow RPF on Twitter.
  • Subscribe to the RPF Blog.
If you are a patient or caregiver that blogs about living with Rheumatoid Arthritis, please let me know! I would like to add a link in my Patient Blog list. Would you like to add a button in your side bar for RPF? Let me know what size of button you need and I will try to make one up for you or grab the RPF image in my sidebar —>.

2 Responses to Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients & Lovegivers

  • Eric says:

    Great post. I finally was able to get registered for your blog. Tried the last few days at work, but I’m blocked by my employer from finishing the login. As a caregiver I would appreciate having my blog linked with yours. I plan on doing the same as I continue to get mine set up.

    Also, just forewarning, you’re on my list of people to contact. ;)


  • Tanya Martin says:

    Glad you were able to get logged in, I have added your link :)

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Diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis in Dec 2003 because of joint pain and fatigue. Found out on July 19, 2013 that I really was profoundly low on Vitamin B7 because of a rare disease called Biotinidase Deficiency. When I found out I was very weak, hardly could get out of bed, could not turn my head without getting light headed, dragging my feet when I tried to walk, struggled to breath daily for years and was having many many other issues. From the first 24 hours of taking Biotin my symptoms started to disappear and my body started getting stronger again.
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