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Most Read Neuropathy Articles in 2012!
November 7, 2012


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Neuropathy is a 24/7/365 battle for over 20,000,000 Americans. Comprehending just how multi-faceted this chronic neurological disease is—not to mention getting to a diagnosis; finding treatments that work; seeking support from family, friends, and others with neuropathy; coping with the emotional, physical, and financial toll of this disease; and finding trusted resources—is a journey in of itself.

For nearly twenty years, The Neuropathy Association has been with many of you on this journey, providing support and education, facilitating awareness of peripheral neuropathy, advocating for your interests and needs, and—most importantly—promoting research into the causes of and cures for neuropathies. The Association has also published a wealth of articles with the help of contributing writers—expert health care professionals and patient advocates in the field—aimed at helping you better understand your neuropathy and work more closely with your health care provider to improve your life with neuropathy.

To help you manage your neuropathy, here are a few of our most read neuropathy articles in 2012:

These are just a few of the insightful neuropathy articles we have published in 2012. Other topics addressed include: “Ask the Doctor” columns, advocacy campaigns, neuropathy clinical research trials…and much more. Please visit www.neuropathy.org to learn more!

Please be sure to share these articles with your friends and colleagues...and your doctor too. Help us provide others who are battling neuropathy with the resources they need. Be sure to also share this important neuropathy resource with your social network on Facebook and Twitter to help us spread the word!

 

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