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Death by Rheumatoid Arthritis March 10 2015,Tues Just remember, there s always someone out there who has it worse than you Celia Veno Spinal cord syndrome 1988 2005.. KINDLE Death By Rheumatoid Arthritis By Carla Jones More Than A Million Americans Suffer From Rheumatoid Arthritis The Numbers Of Deaths From This Disease Continues To Climb Each Year Late Diagnosis And Treatment For Arthritis Related, Cervical Spine Deterioration, Is One Reason For Some Of These Deaths Celia Veno, A Bucks County Retired Woman And Mother Was One Of Those Fatalities.Celia Veno, A Woman In Her 70 S, Began Experiencing Mysterious Migraine Like Headaches And Atrophy After Her General Doctor And Neurologist Failed To Determine The Cause Of These Symptoms, A New Rheumatologist Was Called Upon He Immediately Diagnosed From A Previous Cervical Spine X Ray That She Had Advanced Spinal Cord Syndrome Unfortunately, The Findings Came Critically Late She Died Two Months Later.Eighty Six Percent Of People With Rheumatoid Arthritis Have The Disease In Their Neck Cervical Spine Death By Rheumatoid Arthritis , Lists Signs And Symptoms Of Spinal Instability, Due To Advancement Of The Disease.Carla Jones Is Dedicated To Bringing Awareness To The Undisputed Fact, That Anyone Can Die From Complications Related To Rheumatoid Arthritis, And To Promote Early Detection Of Cervical Collar Damage, For Those With The Disease. In this brief memoir, author Carla Jones courageously recounts her mother s battle with Rheumatoid Arthritis, or RA, and the devastating deadly effects of spinal cord syndrome, a common complication It was a quick read and informative I learned a lot about RA, spinal cord weakness as a complication and what it s like for the patient and their family Using comparisons and simple examples, Jones makes sense of the medical jargon surrounding treatments, surgeries and symptoms of this condition The Kindle version is 99 cents and a must read if you or someone you know has RA Jones is generously donating all proceeds from the novel to The Arthritis Foundation in honor of her mother, Celia Veno Of her mother, Jones writes that she was a courageous woman with a positive attitude who felt compelled to help those less fortunate then he I found nothing helpful in this bookAll of the information in this book is easily available by googling RA The authors story regarding her mother was very short and not very interesting in my opinion. InformativeAs a RA carrier thank you for very important information I was not aware of but now I know So many things are not known by suffers Interesting information I was looking for details about the types of RA that have a higher rate of mortality Good start though

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