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Re: Re: RE: Doctor visit

Glad to hear you are doing well enough that you don't have to take the meds... some are not so lucky.


> Oh and the best is how blithely they discuss the side effects. There's a
> new drug out for arthritis now and they act like - oh no biggie on the
> side effects, infections, TB, occasionally lymphoma and death but other
> than that, no big deal!! Oh yeah, gonna run right out and get me some of
> this stuff. I've managed w/ rheumatoid arthritis for the past 32 years
> w/ no RX meds. Will continue to do so.
> Pam Evans

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