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"@JBBC: T1 My experience is that pts go online to learn more abt their diagnosis, to explore treatment options and to find support" #ebnjc
RT @JFreemanDaily: Q1: Many patients are looking to get a translation of the information dump they received at diagnosis. #lcsm
RT @louisianagirl91: Q1: During and after an LC diagnosis, what information do patients and their families want or need most? #lcsm
RT @DeathwDignity: I think there may be some similarities whether a person's prepped family abt #eol wishes or not addressed them prior to diagnosis. #DWDchat
RT @gele_tea: A diagnosis of #dementia is difficult enough... imagine if person is deaf...tests are set up for hearing ppl. Comments anyone? #diversealz
RT @gele_tea: If we start at the beginning, early diagnosis of people with hearing loss means they can be treated earlier re: #dementia #diversealz
RT @clnclAMBASSADOR: Some think that clinical trials are only good when standard medical therapies are ineffective or when facing a terminal diagnosis. #hchlitss
RT @jenningshealth: Any ads that truly capture the what it's like to be a patient, what's going through their mind at the time of diagnosis #hcldr
RT @TurtleMighty: Am I tweeting from the wrong account today about #Nerdland? No, there is more to life than our diagnosis. Yes, life is not just meds!
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