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What has your experience been like on MedHelp?

Patient-centered online communities like MedHelp are empowering people with information, tracking tools and more resources on current treatment options and that are changing the power dynamics in the health care system.

The Myelin Repair Foundation featured a blog post on this topic today.

Please post in the comment section of the MRF Blog (http://myelinrepair.org/blog/?p=646) your experience on MedHelp or other patient support communities for MS patients.

Deadline is Thursday, August 27 5PM Pacific Time.

Good luck!
Internet Strategist
Myelin Repair Foundation
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I  encourage everyone to take Justine's invitation and visit the Myelin Repair foundation blog and post about your experiences here at MedHelp. This is the perfect opportunity to let the rest of the world know what a great community we have here.

I  hope you all will join in about your experiences with patient-centered communities.  

Help spread the word about our special place here at MedHelp.

As always,
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572651 tn?1530999357
Bump so you all see this idea - I hope you will visit there and spread the word about our community here at MedHelp.

be well,
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