Guidelines to commenting on this Twitter page.

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Thanks for visiting our Twitter page! We welcome you to join the conversation about living with Sugar Intolerance with others who are doing the same. Please check out our community guidelines below to learn how you can get involved.

Guidelines to commenting on this Twitter page. QOL Medical, LLC, a global pharmaceutical company committed to developing innovative treatments for conditions such as Sucrose Intolerance, is proud to sponsor the Sugar Intolerance Twitter community. We believe that your experiences and opinions should be heard, but we hope you understand that QOL Medical operates in a highly regulated environment. Here are some guidelines for commenting that need to be adhered to. Unfortunately, not following these guidelines may result in your comment being pulled from our wall.

Please don't mention any product or drug names. Whether you're happy with your current treatment plan or not, please don't use this Twitter page as a forum to discuss any pharmaceutical brand—either by name or suggestion—or information about clinical trials for products or medical devices or procedures. If you do, your comment may be pulled from our wall.

Side effects? Let the right people know. The Sugar Intolerance Twitter wall is not intended to be a place to report side effects. If you or someone you know is having adverse events of any kind with any products, you need to report those side effects to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or www.fda.gov/medwatch and/or to the manufacturer of that product. If you have an adverse event with a QOL Medical product, please consult your physician, pharmacist, or other healthcare professional immediately. You can also report these to us directly using the information found on www.qolmed.com.

Some questions are best answered by your doctor. Everyone's experience with Sucrose Intolerance disease is different. So if you have questions about your diagnosis or disease, we recommend consulting your doctor, rather than relying on any advice or suggestion you get on this wall. It's natural to want to provide medical advice to your fellow visitors, but QOL Medical does not and cannot verify the comments posted here and makes no warranties as to the comment's accuracy, timeliness, quality, completeness, or relevance.

Be nice. We're all friends here. We enjoy a healthy, friendly, supportive community.

We ask that you be part of that community by not posting content that:



Is abusive, defamatory, libelous, or slanderous



Is fraudulent, deceptive, or misleading



Is in violation of any intellectual property right



Is obscene, explicitly sexual, or contains nudity



Is in violation of any law or regulation



Solicits any business from members in the community

It's everyone's community. Share and share alike. We want everyone in the Sugar Intolerance community to feel free to share in a comfortable, supportive environment. We're open to differing opinions and even criticism. But if you don't see your post, it may have been removed by our team because it didn't follow the community guidelines. So remember, please respect your fellow fans and keep your comments appropriate. And keep in mind that this is a public forum, so others will see your posts. If you still have questions, please contact QOL Medical customer service at: 1-866-469-3773, or at [email protected] Note that comments from the community do not necessarily represent the views of QOL Medical.