Newly Diagnosed with Myositis with Sandy Block, November 17, 2016

Thursday, November 17th at 11AM EST

Are you newly diagnosed with a form of Myositis (inflammatory myopathy)?

Join this video chat session to meet others like you and to learn the things you should know about living with Myositis.

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2016/11/17 11:00:00

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Hi, this may be interesting to you: Newly Diagnosed with Myositis with Sandy Block, November 17, 2016! The link is included below: https://understandingmyositis.org/events/event/newlydiagnosed-november-2016/ --- Myositis Support and Understanding is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.