Gout Relief Document Change History

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Gout Relief: Document Change History

Date Change ID. Revision
MMM nn, YYYY (archive).
Jun 15, 2017 (archive). 0/30/7.5 & 16/505/8.2 2nd Change ID is for closure of blog #1398 (Popular Gout Remedies for Pain Relief) consolidate to this page. Page reformatted to latest standards. Republished with Wrap explanation. Added featured image. Increased title length from ‘Gout Relief’. Note that this remains Flagged For Review. Because I will repurpose this section as management plans for Gout Relief with links to resource details. But, I need to plan changes to all related guidelines first.
Feb 16, 2011 (first archive). First Published. I did not document early revisions.

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