Obsolete Gout Topics Introduction
After a certain time, some gout topics become obsolete. Because:
- Newer topics have superseded the old information.
- There is no interest in the topic.
When this happens, I usually redirect readers to the best alternative information. However, some topics have no related information. So I add them to the list below.
Obsolete Gout TopicsThe 'Status' column means:
- Active – there is an active GoutPal Issue for the topic.
- Inactive – there are some additional notes about the deleted page. But they will be deleted after 1 year. Unless any reader asks for more time.
- Archived – a link to a copy of the deleted page.
|Any Hope For Gout Joint Damage?||High uric acid leads to permanent joint damage. Joint research shows damage cannot be reversed. See how to prevent gout joint damage today.||Inactive|
Your Obsolete Gout TopicsNow you know the status of your obsolete gout topic. But first, you should search for that topic. Because that is the best way to find the most relevant information.
Beyond that, your next step depends on the status of the obsolete page:
- Active: Add your comments at the link above. Or watch that GoutPal Issue until someone adds information that helps you.
- Inactive: Add your questions, experiences, or opinions at the link above. Because that should reactivate the topic. Which saves unpublished research notes from being deleted.
- Archived: Read the original version at the 'Archived' link above. That is the only information available. Because I have deleted any other PDFs and research notes.
If you still have concerns about any missing GoutPal page, please see the feedback section below.
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If you are asking a question, it's best to:
- Search for that question in Google Gout Search Engine first.
- Choose the most relevant result.
- Refer to that result as you ask your question.