The APSFA publishes a quarterly newsletter called “Antiphospho…What?”. Each newsletter contains articles written by our medical advisors, patient stories and other related articles. We work hard to ensure that our newsletters contain up to date and cited articles. We also feature foundation news as well as events that are happening in the APS community.
Newsletters are available for download below.
No issues were published during this time.
NEWSLETTER ARTICLE GUIDELINES
Many APS patients find it comforting to read other patients’ stories and find out that they are not alone in their disease. We always include at least 2 patient stories in our quarterly newsletters.
We strive to bring you the best newsletter that we can each quarter. In order to do so, we need patient stories and stories of interest from APS patients and their loved ones.
Topics can be from how APS affects you, poems you have written, tip and tricks that help you get through your day, to your favorite recipe. We are also taking book reviews of publications listed on our suggested reading page.
Please follow our current guidelines when submitting an article:
- Send your story/article to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Patient stories and most articles should be approx 500-750 words long
- 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 also include a title of your story
Please use previous patient stories as your guideline. They can be found above.
Founded in 2005, the APS Foundation of America, Inc. is dedicated to fostering and facilitating joint efforts in the areas of education, public awareness, research, and patient services for Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) in an effective and ethical manner.
APS Foundation of America, Inc.
P. O. Box 801
LaCrosse, WI 54602-0801
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