For now, you cannot. Maybe in the future.
Advertising on FPnotebook has been necessary to support it financially.
The advertising-free FPNotebook subscription was started in 2003, and was developed as an alternative for regular users to forego this advertising in exchange for their own individual website financial support.
Early on I also produced a mobile application for sale that was available with the ad-free version. That mobile version has since been replaced with a free version that runs on all mobile devices. Expect to see an Android and iPhone application in the Spring of 2014.
As of the end of 2012, advertising-free option was deprecated. The reimbursement for the advertising-free subscription option has not covered the costs and time in maintaining it.
The ad-free functionality will remain for any current subscribers and I thank them for their support.
I welcome feedback regarding advertising on the site and will work to keep it from being intrusive. As 2014 starts, I am making a switch to journal quality advertising only. 2012 and 2013 have seen significant growth in web-site content. Expect the same in the coming years.
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This page was written by Scott Moses, MD, last revised on 11/27/2011 and last published on 11/27/2011.