rheumatoid arthritis

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a: Rheumatoid arthritis ~
b: burning in your joints

What:

"To make a fire you need wood and something to light it with. Let's think of the wood like it's your genes. You need the right type of wood (nice and dry) to light a ire."


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Sep 17 2015 4:45 PM



a: Rheumatoid arthritis ~
b: spraining all your joints

What:

"Having rheumatoid arthritis is like spraining all your joints at once and having someone wrap them all with tiny heating pads while they force you to move."


Useful?
Writer: Daniel P. Malito
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Date: Sep 17 2015 4:45 PM



a: Rheumatoid arthritis ~
b: overzealous evangelist preacher

What:

I think this would be especially helpful to the just diagnosed person who is probably terrified of the disease if for no other reason than all the "big words." I'd say that Rheumatoid Arthritis is like an "overzealous evangelist preacher - He's trying to fix something he can't see and it wasn't broke in the first place!"


Useful?
Writer: Jules
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Date: Sep 17 2015 4:49 PM



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