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We ❤ Each and Every One of You!

Dear readers,

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We’re taking a break from our usual tip to give a very big thank you to each and every one of you. This little idea we had nearly 2 years ago now has well over 1,000 subscribers — not to mention our fans on Twitter and our blog.

We love interacting with our readers, so don’t be shy — send us an email, leave a comment on our blog, or tweet to let us know what YOU want to hear about. Are there certain jargon terms you wrestle with and just haven’t found a great alternative for? What battles are you fighting with subject matter experts who still aren’t buying this plain language thing? What health literacy resources make your heart go pitter-patter?

And please spread the word. Let your colleagues know they can sign up today.

Thanks again — we really can’t do it without you. (Well, we could, but it’d be pretty silly.)

The We  Health Literacy Team at CommunicateHealth

Tweet about it: A big thanks to our 1,000+ We ❤ #HealthLit subscribers! Sign up and see what it’s all about: http://bit.ly/1EGts3t via @CommunicateHlth

1 Comment so far

  1. Hi,
    What is the best way to describe the ‘stage’ of a cancer? Is it okay to say “extent of the cancer in the body”?

    Or is the word ‘extent’ not easy to understand? too vague?



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