Moving From Desperation to Hope

Moving From Desperation to Hope

Prior to the introduction of biologic drugs in 1999, many patients with severe psoriatic arthritis had to adopt and contend with a mindset of inevitability. ...

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Rainy Days and Flare Days Always Get Me Down

Rainy Days and Flare Days Always Get Me Down

For the past month (at least a month, could be a little longer), I have awakened each morning in pain. Well, more pain than usual. My left hand would ...

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My Experiences With Cortisone

My Experiences With Cortisone

In 1967, I had to have a physical examination and chest x-ray in order to enroll at university. It was my first chest x-ray, and it was performed by my parents' ...

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Of Travel I’ve Had My Share

Of Travel I’ve Had My Share

Now that people are starting to travel again, I think back to the days when I used to travel. I mostly traveled for work but would travel some for ...

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The Importance of Weight Control

The Importance of Weight Control

I was diagnosed with psoriasis in 1972, psoriatic arthritis (PsA) in 1976, and diabetes in 2016. I know that it is not uncommon for people with psoriasis to ...

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Journey to the Past

Journey to the Past

Hello strangers. Sorry it’s been such a long time. 2022 has been, well, it’s been a long story. I may save that for another blog. Today though, instead of ...

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