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Hello! I’m Amanda, I live in Maryland and am 28 years old and I was born with a genetic form of Chronic Pancreatitis. I was diagnosed at age 24, and a few months later while preparing to have surgery, my surgeon at Johns Hopkins told me I had likely become chronic by age 12. 1,518 more words

Michael Lee Heltsley

Hello my name is Michael Heltsley. I have been asked to write a letter about my struggles with chronic pancreatitis. I will start with some personal info. 1,061 more words

Did a Wee Stroke Affect My Keystrokes?

Well, stroke or no, I’m typing on my mobile like I’ve never seen one before. That’s probably why I keep having to charge it five times a day. 147 more words

Facts About Patient Anonymous

Happy 40th to Me - I'm Officially a Grown Up as of Two Hours Ago

Bukowski said “what matters most is how well you walk through the fire”.

I didn’t “walk through the fire”; at least not yet – not this time.  2,702 more words

Hospitals Have Reduced Deaths, Hospitalizations, and Costs Among Medicare Patients http://t.co/CX4TFZmtQ1 @TIME Health

Hospitals Have Reduced Deaths, Hospitalizations, and Costs Among Medicare Patients http://t.co/CX4TFZmtQ1 @TIME Health

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Anybody Miss Me?

Hey Twitter People. I just got back from a 5 inpatient hospital stay. Don’t know what happened yet as for some stupid reason couldn’t get MRI while there. 148 more words

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Another Vote to Rip Out My Uterus!

I knew I needed new glasses.  I’ve joked here about Bifocals but instead I needed “Progressives.”  So is that beginning of the slow descent to Bifocalism? 255 more words

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