How to post about Gout Resources

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    Keith Taylor
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    Gout Resources are any product or service that helps gout sufferers or their carers.

    It might be a drug, a herbal medicine, a non-medical service. Basically anything that you can acquire or provide that is gout related.

    Gout sufferers can use this forum to ask questions about gout resources. They can also share their experience of using gout resources, or give their opinions about any gout resource. When giving opinions, you should make it clear that this is your personal opinion, and not try to pass your opinions off as facts.

    Gout sufferers can also use this forum to help find particular goods or services that they need. This can be very useful for finding specialists in certain areas, such as a rheumatologist with good gout experience.

    Providers of gout products and services can also use this forum to help promote their resources. However, they must make their interest in the products clear, and not try to exploit gout sufferers. Simply be honest, and do not try to pretend that you are a product user if you are the supplier. The purpose of this forum is for explanations and awareness. If you want more, talk to me about advertising.

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    Keith Taylor
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    Please note that, as well as obvious gout products and services from retail channels, information is an important gout resource.

    So, it would be good to see websites, individual web pages, published research, books, etc.

    Please give a review of your gout resource. Also, include why you recommend it.

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