Interesting Info on Fibro

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My (limited) experience is that postings on 'patient' that contain a link never get the necessary approval. So, I'm trying to work around that issue to provide you access to a US site with some interesting info on fibro. The site name begins with the usual three w's, followed by the site name -- lifescriptdoccom. Next, type in these four words, separated by slashes (/): health/centers/fibromyalgia/basics/, then enter questions_for_your_doctorDOTaspx.

Three's no reason why 'patient' should be effectively blocking access to sites such as this. Medical research, and opinions, are certainly not identical from country to country, but diseases, their symptoms, and their solutions, do tend to be.

These forums are read in many countries, and the more information is shared across artificial national borders, the better off the citizenry will be.

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    Many thanks - really useful info on that site.


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    Thanks for forwarding :-) really interesting.


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    Hi catsamore,

    We do not remove links to sites if they are useful to other users and are not "selling" sites or otherwise contradict the T&Cs. I have approved other links you have posted but do not recognise the site above as one that has been posted previously.

    The site is here

    We also tend not to link to similar sites to patient if we have information on our site or to blogs etc otherwise the forums would end up as advertising space or full of SEO links.

    Any links to info on will not need to go for approval and if users want to ask other users for links not approved they can use the message facility.

    If you ever need to ask anything you can send me a message at any time.



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    Hello Everyone

    Some potential good news here - apparently this company could be finding a cure for fibromyalgia. It's bona fide since I have read it in the monthly newsletter from UK Fibromyalgia, which I subscribe to.

    Hope the moderators are happy with it - I've checked it out.


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