MyHealthTeams Surges Past Its 100,000 Member Milestone

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MyHealthTeams Surges Past Its 100,000 Member Milestone, with Plans to Expand in Six Countries Before 2015

MyHealthTeams co-founders Mary Ray and Eric Peacock

...we expect to expand to six more countries

MyHealthTeams, the company behind the fastest growing social networks for chronic conditions in America, has reached its 100,000 member milestone across its six social networks. Its most recent social network, MyCOPDTeam.com is the first of its kind specifically for those living with COPD, and arrives in time for COPD awareness month in November. In addition, MyLupusTeam.com is the company’s fastest growing social network with already 5,000 registered users in just two months since its inception.

Each of MyHealthTeams’ social networks is free to join. "We believe the strong growth of our social networks reflect the need for meaningful engagement and connection within chronic condition communities," said Eric Peacock, co-founder and CEO of MyHealthTeams. "We strive to focus on what matters most to our individual communities. As a result we see higher and higher engagement across all of our social networks.”

MyHealthTeams’ social networks include:

MyAutismTeam.com, the largest social network for parents of children diagnosed with autism.
MyBCTeam.com, the fastest growing social network for women facing breast cancer.
MyMSTeam.com, the largest and fastest growing social network for those living with multiple sclerosis.
MyCrohnsAndColitisTeam.com, the fastest social network for those living with Crohn’s or colitis.
MyLupusTeam.com, the first social network for those living with lupus.
MyCOPDTeam.com, the first social network for those living with COPD.

With regard to further expansion, Peacock says, “By Q1 of 2015, we expect to expand to six more countries, and two more conditions. There is no stopping the growth of MyHealthTeams. The hard part is having to prioritize which conditions and countries we go to next.”

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