1. How many would be interested in a private part of our forum for
us to discuss, list, share and compare research and info on MSK? Maybe even more a of pro activist group to help get the word out etc. I know with the holidays it will have to wait a while but this is just an idea and I'd like to see if anyone else is interested.
2. Through our IC support website I have access to a private chat room... medhelp might have this also don't know
but how many would love to have an giant online MSK support meeting chat at some point?
I just know with my IC groups we see forming, there is something so empowering of not only reading but talking to others like you... and knowing I am not crazy, I am not alone and my pain is real!! To hear someone voice the deepest sorrow in your heart as well!
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