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Milestone Moments

A spring walk gives rise to reflections about the weird milestones of life with a chronic condition. Continue reading

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Are You a Patient or a Consumer?

Are patients consumers? It’s a concerning paradigm, especially for those of us with uncommon diseases. Continue reading

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National Take-Back-Your-Medicine Day

Tomorrow, Sept. 25, is National Take-Back Day, a day to return unused prescription medicines for proper disposal. It’s free, it’s anonymous, it keeps medications out of the water supply, and, apparently, it also keeps drugs out of the hands of … Continue reading

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Sludge

EosinophilGirl launches on a stomach full of budesonide cocktail. That’s two Pulmicort Respules–normally an asthma nebulizer–emptied into a cup and stirred with ten (10, TEN) packets of sucralose. My gastroenterologist calls it a syrup. It’s really more of a slurry. … Continue reading

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