I’ve written before about some of the things I do to help manage my autoimmune illness – what medications and supplements I take, what sorts of things I do and Continue Reading →
Most people may not know that chemotherapy isn’t just a treatment for cancer. It can be used in a lot of medical settings – including autoimmune disorders.
I’ve been struggling to deal with the public debate around beneficiary rights that’s continued since Metiria Turei’s game-changing speech last week.
The word ‘fraud’ calls to mind, for me, a nefarious character who is willingly and maliciously ripping off a system to the tune of thousands of dollars.
There’s so much messaging in the media about “reaching out” if you need help. But a lot of it doesn’t acknowledge or examine how difficult reaching out can be to do Continue Reading →