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Nevertheless, for most of history this was the ultimate fate of someone with RA. If anything needs improving it is the caption under the image - this should emphasise that severe deformity is now the exception rather than the rule. The drawing shows how the disease works, whereas the photo shows its effects on one person who is not reflective of all sufferers of the disease.
The photo is still in the article, it's just not being used as the image that represents the disease.
To switch it to the image that got the majority vote is apparently considered "edit warring." As I am all about compromise, I have found a third way. Disease awareness ribbons have been used as the lead image for other diseases (check the HIV/AIDS entry).
Can someone tell me how much longer I am supposed to wait before the inevitable conclusion that whatever Doc James says is right?
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It is no longer reflective of the disease and its progression and its placement on this page means it's one of the first images that pops up when you search for RA on the internet.
I can tell you from personal experience that's a very upsetting thing to see, so why subject people to it when there are more representative images to use?
Moreover, I do not believe the image is necessary to explain what the diagram is showing nor does it improve on the diagram.
I'm not sure what you think I'm trying to "game" here, as this has been my position from the start and is literally the reason I am here.