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02/09/07 03:35
garyh 
02/09/07 03:35
garyh 
One year anniversary

Well, it has been one year since this 56 yr old South Dakotan traveled to Jupiter, Fl for my NA treatment by Dr Eaton. I must say I am extremely happy with the initial results of my NA and continue to be thrilled with my hand condition one year later.

My dup's was moderate by most of the data that I have read, but my left hand contraction was progressing each year ( about 30% contraction) when I fianally decided to get the NA.

I want to thank all of you who were involved in the initial "bio-specifics forum" because that is where I learned about the NA treatment. I monitored that forum for many months before I decided to NA. tHANK YOU,, tHANK YOU.

I do have Ledderhose in both feet, but not to bad yet and hopefully will stay under control. I have orthodics that have a shallow valley in them where the growths are and these help alot. I am also wearing "earth" tennis shoes and found these to be very comfortable for my feet. I am hoping that there will be a tested treatment for Ledderhose in the event mine gets really bad.

Keep getting the word out, I have run into several people in South Dakota with Dups and gave them information on the NA treatment. Gary H

02/10/07 15:57
klshirk 
02/10/07 15:57
klshirk 
Re: One year anniversary

Dear Gary

Hi. My family was originally from South Dakota and then moved to Willmar. My Grandmother's family came here from Denmark and my Grandfather's family came from Norway. I am trying to geno map this thing for my doctors. I have three generations in Willmar who different levels of this in Willmar and the two younger generations are just young but for certain will develope this over time. My family here in Willmar have been lukewarm to even helping themselves...but I am looking for distant relatives from South Dakota...Aberdeen area...last names of King or Thompson...
I have DC, LD, and first signs of frozen shoulder...If I had a penis I would probably have PD also! However I did have a fibrotic uterus.
I started developing all of this at age 26...and now am 39.
Please contact me...you might be very pivotal in helping me to find more people for the doctors to DNA test so that they can find the "off switch" to this disease because finding people in a family with the disease is just as important as those who do not have it...finding out what about them makes them not have it...

Kristine
klshirk@msn.com

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