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03:17 pm: Spring / Summer 2013 volume of our quarterly newsletter, "Antiphospho...What??"

The Spring / Summer 2013 volume of our quarterly newsletter, "Antiphospho...What??" is ready to be downloaded. You can download it at the following link: http://www.apsfa.org/docs/APSFAVol27SprSum13.pdf

The next volume will be coming out mid November 2013.

Please let us know if there are any topics that you'd like our Medical Advisers to cover in their articles. We try to request topics that people are emailing about or that are discussed on our the forum. So if there's anything you'd like to see, please let us know and we'll pass it along to the medical advisers.

We are still in need of patient stories (esp about Men and Teens / Children), recipes, poems, related book reviews, and anything else you think would be of interest for upcoming newsletters. (book reviews, poems, recipes, articles written by family members, etc.) Please submit articles to the following email address: articles@apsfa.org .

Please follow our current guidelines when submitting an article:
· Send your story/article to  articles@apsfa.org
· Patient stories and most articles should be approx 500-750 words long and contain a title
· Articles should be written at a 5th-8th grade reading level
· Please try to include a picture when submitting a patient story
· Patient stories should read like an autobiography-generally from diagnosis to present time, but it doesn't have to

Please use previous patients stories as your guideline. They can be found here: http://www.apsfa.org/newsletters.html.

If you have an idea and are not sure if it would fit, please feel free to contact us through our contact page on the website, or email us using the email address below. We are open to any suggestions. Without your help we would not be able to include an APS patient's story in each of our newsletters.

We could also use articles written by medical professionals or medical students on APS & APS related topics, like Lupus. Please contact us if you are interested. This is a good opportunity for you to get your name out there.

Please remember to check our website for any changes at the following link:  http://www.apsfa.org/new.htm

For our full newsletter release go here: http://conta.cc/1aSjR6Y

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