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Getting a tattoo is a deeply personal thing. I haven’t ever gotten one myself, but I know lots of people who have, including my daughter. A lot of thought goes into each tattoo that people get. They’re very meaningful.

Last year, Healthline.com set up a slideshow highlighting the rheumatoid arthritis-specific tattoos of several RA patients. Those photos are a powerful reminder that each of

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Dorothy Berenger’s RA tattoo.

us is stronger than this disease, and not only that–they’re a great way to raise awareness about it.

Well, Healthline.com is putting together a new RA-tattoo slideshow right now, and they’re looking for photos. If you have an RA-related tat you’d like to show the world that illustrates your ability to rise above this disease and help raise awareness at the same time, please consider submitting a photo of it to Healthline.

It’s easy. Just email  a clear photo (at least 285×285 in .jpg or .png format) of  your tattoo, plus a short description of it, with the subject “My RA tattoo,” to nominations@healthline. That’s all you have to do to have your tat featured on the website.

I’m looking forward to seeing this year’s collection of beautiful RA tattoos!

 

Categories: RA

2 thoughts on “RA Ink

  1. Lisa Lawrence says:

    The email address to send pics of tattoos is not complete. What is the complete email address? Thanks.

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  2. Rick Phillips says:

    I would send mine,, except of course I do not have one or two or any number. In the diabetes world, medical tattoos are more popular and because of insulin somewhat practical. Yeah no, I still do not want one.

    I referred your blog to the TUDiabetes.org blog page for the week of June 27, 2016.

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