Ms Meniscus advises a women concerned about being switched from Humira to an infusion center after she starts Medicare.
Seth reflects on his trip to Rio to speak at a regional conference for 200 rheumatologists.
This week Seth heads south of the equator to Brazil to speak to a group of rheumatologists about doctor-patient communication.
This week, Dan is away on a trip, and he helps us understand just what is involved when a chronically ill individual travels. The amount of medicine and other equipment that must come along with him can be overwhelming. Not only that but the disease itself always gets worse when he is outside of his comfort zone. See how it ends up.
This week, Dan takes a look at just how much time and effort goes into taking care of yourself when you suffer from chronic illness. Many people do not realize just how much time gets eaten up by doctor's visits, filling prescriptions, and the other day-to-day minutiae that those who are ill have to contend with. Dan takes us through a potential month.
Ms. Meniscus gives advice to someone who disagrees with her rheumatologist’s suggestion to go onto medical disability.
In the second column to deal with his recent operation, Daniel talks about the different aspects of what it takes to get back to his normal routine after such a drastic interruption. Many of you know how much a disruption in the status quo can mean to a chronically ill individual, and those who don't can gain some insight into just how much it means.