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moondanc 

moondanc 
Dupuytren Foundation new website

The Dupuytren Foundation has a new, attractive and very informational website. Below are some of the tabs on the website (I didn't take the time to make it look pretty). There's info on research, the disease, news, treatments, etc. Take a look:

http://DupuytrenFoundation.org

The Foundation also has a Facebook page and a Twitter account:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dupuytren-...on/163484943750


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flojo 

flojo 
Re: Dupuytren Foundation new website

Thanks.Good to know.
I'll definitely connect with Dupuytren's Fouondation on Facebook. Facebook is an excellent way to spread the word and get people connected.

DupFoundation 

DupFoundation 
Re: Dupuytren Foundation new website

Thanks to all of you and many other wonderful supporters, we are making headway with the foundation. Long road ahead of us while we work together to find a cure. It can and will be done...

Sincerely.
Valerie Eaton

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Re: Dupuytren Foundation new website

Thanks to Dr. Eaton (and others) who are at the forefront of the fight and leading the way.

jimh 

jimh 
Re: Dupuytren Foundation new website

Nice web site with lots of interesting information. But - what's with the photo of the ecstatically happy white-haired couple, and what does it have to do with Dupuytren's? It looks like an ad for Viagra. Are they trying to imply this is a disease of people over 65? That is certainly not true.

How about a picture of a hand?

DupFoundation 

DupFoundation 
Re: Dupuytren Foundation new website

You got it. Take another look at the site. Thanks for your input.
Valerie

jimh 

jimh 
Re: Dupuytren Foundation new website

Valerie, that's really good. Each of those photos relates to Dupuytren's, each with a different spin, some subtle, and some emotional. And great photography too. I stand and applaud (being careful not to mash my bent pinkie).




Edited 02/08/10 05:38

flojo 

flojo 
Re: Dupuytren Foundation new website

I am now a fan of the Dupuytren's Facebook page. I like it. Glad you posted it.

lori 

lori 
Re: Dupuytren Foundation new website

The new photo's look great. It gives the site a modern look, after all it is about hands. I liked showing the variety of hands doing different activities. I believe it will relate to a wider group of people using the new photo's. Good job!!, I also like the website. Lots of information. Thanks

Lori

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