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    myathania gravis
    cwille posted:
    hi all, i know that this community board is for lupus , but i was just wondering if anybody knows of any bommunity board that deals with myathanis gravis , i was just diagnosed with it, i am on the asthma community board a lot , because i also have severe asthma. If anybody knows of a community board i would appreciate it. god bless and hope the best for everybody.

    lupylisa44 responded:
    I don't think WebMD has on but here is one for you ti check out:
    With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.
    cwille replied to lupylisa44's response:
    thanks , i really do appreciate it.

    ssh49tn replied to cwille's response:
    Type the name into your browser bar, & it should take you to a page with sites to check out.

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