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Reports are Here!

Today, We are proud to release version 2.1.1 of Pain Management Tracker!  It’s a big update with a much anticipated set of reporting features.  With this version, based on your entries, you can now generate up to six different types of graphs.  Plus, you can print out your graphs/reports which allows you to physically hand

 
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Cancer

Cancer is a disease in which abnormal cells divide and multiply uncontrollably. These cells do not respond to growth-inhibiting signals so as they multiply, they lose shape and boundaries. When these abnormal cells divide, they are formed in excess, which creates a tumor. Sometimes these tumor cells detach and enter the blood system or the

 
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A programmers work is never done.

I find that one of the hardest parts about developing software is, it’s never complete; there is always one more feature I want to add. I constantly see an optimization that would make it so much faster or a feature that my users have devised that would take it to the next level. When it

 
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Happy 4th Of July!

I hope everyone has a fun and safe 4th of July! We are having some friends over for a BBQ and then we might head over to Schnepf Farm in Queen Creek. Luckily, the weather shouldn’t go any higher than 106° today. Lately, I have been browsing other chronic pain blogs and so far, my

 
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Our Healthcare Costs!

Published on June 17, 2011 by in Chronic Pain

I know many people have similar costs but I’d like to share ours. I debated for awhile before sharing this. Do I really want the world to know what we pay per month? Would I upset someone by saying that our medical expenses are high when they might be paying more? Well, I decided that

 
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Lyme Disease!

I know I’m behind on articles but after 10 years of renting in Arizona and Costa Rica, we are finally homeowners again. I’m excited but I will miss the freedom that comes with renting. Homeownership also scares me since my husband has a chronic pain condition that will most likely get worse and not better

 
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National Neuropathy Week!

Published on May 17, 2011 by in Neuropathy

I love neuropathy awareness because my family has been greatly affected by this condition. My husband and I have had to make many life altering decisions. Our second daughter was 2 ½ years old when the doctor diagnosed my husband with bi-lateral idiopathic neuropathy. This was around the time that I wanted to start trying

 
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Tracking Pain Levels

Published on May 14, 2011 by in Chronic Pain, Managing, PMT

Ask a person suffering from chronic pain how they feel and the common answer will be ‘I hurt’.  Describing ‘I hurt’ varies dramatically from person to person.  One person may feel constant pain in a particular location, whereas, another person may have a range of pain in a range of locations. That’s the reason why

 
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May is Arthritis Awareness Month

According to the CDC, there are 50 million adults and 300,000 children suffering from arthritis. Annually, arthritis costs $128 billion in medical care and lost earnings. Arthritis is still the leading cause of disability. There are over 100 different types of arthritis. Both of my parents suffer from arthritis. In 2007, my mom was diagnosed

 
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