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I am so sorry that happened. I was convinced that once an “RA-er” has a wheelchair and a couple of surgeries behind him/her that FINALLY we’d get the appropriate sympathy/respect we deserve. I am shocked to learn I was wrong. We certainly have an uphill battle. Like my daughter said, it’s not fair we have to fight RA and the world, too. God bless you girl.