Monday, March 10, 2008

Chillin' out at the farm in Maryland. Can you tell that Anna loves the color green? Anything green--any shade of green!


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Tammy Z said...

Thanks for your comment. I'm sorry that I don't have time to post every day as you suggest. But actually, we don't really have new Juvenile Arthritis-related updates on a daily basis. Anna lives a relatively normal life, and hardly ever experiences any joint stiffness or pain, nor does she experience any uveitis symptoms. I am so glad that we can say that our lives are almost normal. It seems to me that this would be the hope of any family living with a disease. One of the reasons why I keep this blog is to show other parents that there is hope for the future. I remember wanting to read something similar when Anna was first diagnosed at the age of 22 months, and I wasn't sure what her diagnosis would mean for her future. Nine years after her diagnosis, we are at a very good place.

While I can appreciate the need and desire for some to pursue the Holistic approach, my daughter's eyesight is at stake, here, and we haven't had the luxury of time to figure out if a Holistic approach would be effective in controlling her uveitis. It's my understanding, after much extensive reading and research, that there currently is no complete cure for Rheumatoid Arthritis.