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THE ARSER FORUMS ARE INTENDED TO:
-Encourage exchanges between individuals affected by the after-effects of radiation therapy.
-Provide support to patients with after effects of radiotherapy, and to their families.
-Help looking for information on the effects of radiation.
These Forums are not a place for medical advice or diagnosis. Never take a major decision based on information found on the Internet without talking to your doctor.
TIPS FOR WRITING A MESSAGE
Title of the message
A message with a clear title and correctly written is more likely to be read and receive answers. The title of the message should contain the keywords of your subject and should not be written in all caps. Examples of explicit titles: “lingual fungus’, ‘post-operative fibrosis”, “insomnia”.
Content of the message
A message written in capital letters is often interpreted as a sign of nervousness, similarly when followed by many punctuation characters. Example of message to avoid: “give me the answer?”.
The following formula is better: ‘Hello. I’m looking for… Thanks in advance for your answer! «Michel B.»
In your message, it is essential to describe your topic including the symptoms, the causes, the effects so that others can help provide an informed perspective. However, be concise. When writing your message, exclude SMS-type abbreviations such as ‘C U L8ER’ (see you later). Also, avoid misspellings, especially for medical terms, and make sure that your text is easy to read.
If you include the ideas of others to support your words, indicate your sources. In your message, do not show your email address; it could become known by any internet user, and you may then receive unwanted emails.
Respect for others
The ARSER Forums bring together different people (age, culture, religion, etc.). It is therefore essential to intervene on the Forums with the greatest respect for others, without aggressive or defamatory remarks. Each message must be courteous, with the recommended use of terms such as: hello, goodbye, welcome, please or thank you.