First RPF Video Live on Our New YouTube Channel

December 19, 2011 in Exciting

The Rheumatoid Patient Foundation (RPF) presents: The Faces of Rheumatoid Disease, a video testimonial from people living with Rheumatoid Autoimmune Disease (RAD). In the first video presentation of the RPF, patients explain in their own words

  1. How living with RAD has affected their lives.
  2. What they most want others to know about RAD.
  3. What they need from their rheumatology care.
  4. The most frustrating things about living with RAD.


Many more opportunities to participate are coming very soon from the RPF! Don’t miss a thing! Click here to sign up now to receive email updates of every RAD Events post!

Some of the exciting RAD Events coming up:

  • Members’ forum!
  • Video contest!
  • Resources tab with downloadable help!
  • Fun & help for RPF volunteers!

PLEASE REMEMBER THE RPF IN YOUR YEAR-END GIVING!!

Patients, care-givers, and doctors have asked us for research collaboration, more resources and tools for patient care and disease awareness. The needs are immense! And the RPF are the ones who can best meet them – and we are! Please join us now in doing all we can to help the RPF help patients!

  1. Click here to make a donation now.
  2. Watch the Faces of Rheumatoid Disease video again! LIKE & share it on YouTube!
  3. Join our new RPF Facebook page – click here and share with friends.

 

 

8 responses to First RPF Video Live on Our New YouTube Channel

  1. Great video! Made me kind of emotional. Very proud of all who worked on this. Thank you!

  2. WOW! I would have never thought I’d need tissue to watch a video about RA. But I did….. thank you so VERY much for putting what people with RA face on a daily basis. It’s tough, really tough. And to see all the people who put themselves out there to share the struggles helps allot. Thank you for bringing awareness!!!

  3. Great video. After being dx’ed at the age of 7, I’ve had to learn to live with a lot of pain, and issues with joint problems. I’ll be sharing this with people!

  4. Thank you for sharing this. My daughter was diagnosed 3 years ago With RA. While she was growing up she was always having a lot of joint pain and now we know why.My beautiful daughter is only 24 and it is so hard to see the pain and suffering she goes through. I hope some day in the near future they find a cure or better treatments that are not so disabling in them selves.God bless all those who are suffering and to my daughter Jackie i Love you!!

  5. Thank you for this awesome presentation, allowing those who know first-hand about the horrific affects of this aweful disease (and the current medications and treatments that are used to treat its symptoms), to share their experiences and their needs openly. My heart is heavy for all who face the challenges that RA brings, and I pray that God will empower the caregivers, medical staff and patients with wisdom to know the best treatment and care for all afflicted. God bless all who are suffering, and to my beautiful Barbara, I LOVE YOU!!

  6. Thank you so much for this video. I look forward to RFP’s upcoming member section 🙂

  7. I think the wesite is great so far…all of you involved in getting RPF off the ground are to be commended. Thanks for caring.

  8. Wonderful video.
    I got very emotional. Thanks from all of us for doing this.
    I’ll be sharing.