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Quote: Originally Posted by mkerr just to reitterate --> shitloads of progress has been made, far far far better outcomes than previous. Totally true. There are way more effective treatments now compared to just 10 years ago. There are also new drugs coming out all the time. How severe the RA is really varies from person to person. Some have mild disease which doesn't affect day to day life at all. Others have moderate disease which is...
Quote: Originally Posted by bullethead Any SF members have any experience with this? my niece was just diagnosed with this and wondering if anyone could offer any insight Any particular concerns? It's a chronic inflammatory condition primarily involving the joints. There is no cure but there are many good treatments, some more affordable than others.
I received my two belts yesterday so here's my mini-review. The belts were made within two days of ordering and were sent by express mail. They arrived in a very well packaged container. The leather is indeed very thick and sturdy. It's dyed front, sides and back, and the front is polished to a dull shine. It's hand stitched at the buckle end. The buckle itself is very solid. The length of the belt from middle hole to the end of the buckle is exactly as...
I ordered a brown and a tan.
I went ahead and ordered two. Hopefully I will receive them next week. Also in regard to "Has anyone bought a belt from this guy?" It doesn't appear to be a guy at all!
I don't have an Aspinal wallet, but I have ordered some and given them out as gifts. They are very good quality for the price. You can get one for cheap from Aspinal's ebay store, if you don't mind the spelling mistake:
I'm not an endocrinologist (or even used to US units) but I'm also thinking that a reading of 15mg/dL does seem too low to remain asymptomatic. I think it would be difficult to sustain verticality. I'm guessing there's a lab error. Sometimes for example, if the blood tube isn't spun down immediately, the white blood cells consume the glucose resulting in a low number.
Quote: Originally Posted by rjmaiorano I believe Papworth is in Cambridge. Papworth/SAB is in Bar Hill which is a 10 minute bus ride from downtown Cambridge. It's tucked behind a big Tesco.
Quote: Originally Posted by mr monty Anyone buy a pair of these gloves? There was some positive buzz here about these gloves a couple of years ago. If I recall correctly, there were some shipping issues; but I'm not sure these are the same sellers. I purchased a total of 3 pairs (black, brown, and a pair for the wife), and I was very pleased with the purchase.
You could probably find something decent at the John Lewis at the Grand Arcade. Or have a look at the SAB factory shop.
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