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January 20th, 2012
When I started nearly 2 years ago, I wanted to provide informative videos and content so that a credible "go to" source of information was easily accessible. And, I intended for the Forum to become a site for "back and forth" dialogue.
Well, SPAM has forced me to close the Forum for now, but while it was open I was privileged to respond to inquiries from around the globe.

For now I am committed to continuing to add content to the Forum. If readers, patients--anyone for that matter---have a question or comment, please contact me by going to the CONTACT DR TOMAINO section of this website.
I will read your question/comment, and, when an informative response may be of general interest--I will add my commentary to the FORUM section of
I encourage you to continue to visit that section of the website:



Sorry to hear about the SPAM infiltration. If there is a legitimate 'new user' who has a question, could they post through the RearmYourself account on Facebook? This might allow for the comments and input from other members without the SPAM issues. If something were to get through from an undesirable, folks could help clear the clutter by reporting the posts you out a bit and increase traffic to your Facebook page.
...just a thought.

January 20th, 2012 @ 10:31 pm
Dr Tomaino

TMM----my only question about using the RearmYourself Facebook Site relates to mantaining anonymity and confidentiality. Any thoughts?

January 21st, 2012 @ 8:17 am

That could be an issue for some. Most people adjust their account settings for their preferred level of privacy and now you can even choose who you want to see your posts. If you set your RearmYourself account to ‘private’ or ‘friends only’ then the posts shared would only be seen by other friends. Another user would have to send you a ‘friend request’ in order to post and see what others have posted. Facebook also allows for use of an alias within your account. Most people who have a legitimate question likely wouldn’t mind if their name is posted….or they can be selective and choose the ‘custom’ option so that only you could see their post.

January 21st, 2012 @ 9:58 am

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