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02 Sep 2015 Social FDA approvals are increasing: is this better science, legislation or politics? http://t.co/t7qXhuMyTl http://t.co/vtid9IhfJo
08 Sep 2017 Social CTD mortality: from Dz itself 45% (Highest in PSS,SLE), from infection 43%(myositis) & comorbidity 12% (most in RA) https://t.co/xD4lGfeyce
08 Mar 2018 Social Checkout #RWCS video by Dr. Orrin Troum discusses telemedicine, telehealth and telerheumatology at the 2018 RWCS meeting in Maui. https://t.co/OJhegrbWhW
23 Jul 2018 Social According 2018 Medscape RESIDENTS Salary and debt report, Rheumatology Fellows are 2nd best pain (Allergy/Immunology 1st) making average of $66,200 - better than surgery, GI, critical care. 47% have >$200K med school debt. https://t.co/fMf0Zxuj0R
07 Apr 2017 Social FDA approves 23&me to market genetic tests for Alzheimers,Parkinsons, celiac, dystonia, Gaucher, hemochromatosis https://t.co/RObItKT8MO
18 Oct 2017 Social RT @emarchiolo: Excited to be presenting on the @RheumResearch #rheumlife program at #NIAMSCoalitionDay https://t.co/XaL220J4Yj
25 Oct 2018 Social RT @WIRheum: Session on draft ACR reproductive health guidelines Three manuscripts in preparation This effort is a response to a tremendo…
07 May 2015 Social RT @medicalaxioms: What NOT to do when you are clinically lost: 1. Wait for someone to throw a brick through the window with the answer on …
02 Apr 2018 Social Patients believe that a lab test is a systematic numeric representation their biology and a pivotal arbiter of wellness. Patients who are overly fixated on a specific lab result are that way because we made them that way! https://t.co/sKvZ9cuEhP
03 Sep 2018 Social 3 important lessons: 1) Often the most important thing we give a patient is not what we think it is; 2) Much of what you are taught is wrong; 3) Keep a sunshine folder. #SGU White Coat ceremony https://t.co/jI9KdNaGXY
23 Jul 2017 Social RT @NYTHealth: Are you a carboholic? Why cutting carbs is so tough https://t.co/UJni3OPbJi
07 Nov 2017 Social RT @philipcrobinson: Okay, I am definitely going to try using this in clinic, a way to calculate BMI normalised CRP #ACR17 @RheumNow Abs #…
07 Sep 2018 Social That one mouth of yours is outnumbered by your 2 ears. Great doctors are great listeners. Patients, jobs, hospitals will come and go. The only constant is you. How you relate, did you understand, did you make an effort, did you listen. @StGeorgesU White Coat Ceremony
12 Dec 2017 Social RT @rlbates: Doctor's Decision To Write Name On His Cap Has Changed Medicine Forever https://t.co/Sm1wg1QhLA via @ladbible
09 Jul 2015 Social Renaissance doc Len Calabrese blogs on Wine and the Rheumatologist @ http://t.co/FwZYMMLvhd http://t.co/T0Aa1qCucA
11 Aug 2017 Social Is there connnection betw guidelines committees (w/ 75% industry ties) and trend to widen diagnosis definitions? https://t.co/MHMK4erwW9
17 Jan 2018 Social RT @kdao2011 Every female medical student, resident, fellow, junior faculty should read this! empowerment Letter to a Young Female Physician — NEJM https://t.co/oK74mlQ3Jj
13 Oct 2015 Social RT @medicalaxioms: Little Miss Muffet Sat on a tuffet And suffered from ICD-10 code: F40.210
21 Apr 2018 Social RT @psufka: A real, effective apology has three parts: (1) Acknowledge how your action affected the person; (2) say you're sorry; (3) descr…
25 Oct 2016 Social Everything will be alright in the end; & if it’s not alright, then it’s not yet the end.Prescribing Hope in Medicine https://t.co/7CHXGJBuuA