For World APS Day: Facts and Life with APS

Have you even heard of APS? Yes? No? Maybe? Well, please watch this video to learn a bit more about it, and why it matters.

Some links:

28 Things You May Not Know About My Invisible Illnesses

http://www.apsfa.org/

https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/aps

Thank you to any and all that watch this video. I know it’s lengthy and I’m not at my best, so I hope you will forgive me. This is an important issue and I hope perhaps you learned a little something today. Wishing you all the best!

Do you or anyone you know have APS?

world APS day

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4 thoughts on “For World APS Day: Facts and Life with APS

  1. I had not heard of APS before this. A percentage of people I work with take thinners, like Coumadin, so I knew the concerns with long-term use of them. I also had a friend with Lupus and knew of his struggles on a deeper level. But this was new info for me. Thank you for sharing this. It’s humbling that you do.

    I’m thankful that I know a little bit about what you’ve been through. You continue to amaze me with your courage and candor. You did a great job presenting as well. You have a talent for presentation!

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    1. I’m glad I was able to get what I needed to across and that you learned something. Thank you so much for watching and commenting. I’m humbled by your words and appreciate the sentiment. Thank you so much! Haha, if only I didn’t shake while public speaking.

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