What are your PTC Best Practices?

What can you add (or edit) to our list of "10 Best Practices" shown under that topic on the LINKS section of this site?  Please share and help others to follow your success.

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  • Jim G (heart guy)

    Jim G (heart guy)

    23 September 2015 at 14:59 | #

    I use our hospital's patient access network to communicate with my transplant team and pre-read my test results to insure I'm asking the right questions during my clinic visit. This catches some concerns that might have gotten glossed over by the doctor/nurse that I need to better understand.

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  • Jim G (heart guy)

    Jim G (heart guy)

    23 September 2015 at 15:39 | #

    Another best practice is to engage with support groups. When we interact with other successful patients, we tend to be more successful ourselves.

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