CHRONIC DISEASE COMMUNITY

What The Chronic Disease Community Wants The Public To Know

As a part of the chronic disease community, you understand how important it is for others to know what it's like to live with a chronic condition. If you're working to support someone who has been diagnosed with a chronic disease, you're a part of the chronic disease community as well. Engaging in chronic disease discussions with others can be helpful in allowing people to understand what it's like to live with a chronic issue. When you're having chronic disease discussions with others, be sure to present them with well researched facts, and don't be afraid to say that you don't know the answer to a question. If you're met with negativity, or if someone disputes what you have to say about chronic illness, it's best if you have well researched facts to back up what you're saying.


Living with chronic disease isn't easy, and we're here to facilitate the chronic disease community so that we can share our coping strategies, research, and more. We understand that support is a key part of thriving while living with a chronic disease is helping the people around you understand what you deal with on a daily basis. You may worry about how you're perceived by people who don't understand the struggles of living with chronic illness, and we're here to grow the chronic disease community to increase awareness. If you're willing to be a leader in chronic disease discussions, you're in the right place. At Cure Chronic, we're working to be active advocates for the chronic disease community. We're passionate about sparking chronic disease discussions not only to help people understand the struggles of chronic disease, but also to help communities realize the importance of research for chronic conditions.

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Please note: we are passionate about chronic disease, we research information and facts about cases, patients, trials, drugs and more to bring awareness and inform the population of what chronic disease is, how it's affecting our population on such a grand scale, and in such a negative way. We are not medical professionals, nor should any of this information be taken against your doctors medical advice. Please contact your doctor before changing your medications, or attempting any of the suggested content within this website, or other CureChronic media, such as the CureChronic podcasts.  

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