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Alcohol and Dupuytren's disease
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06/20/06 02:42
toM

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06/20/06 02:42
toM

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Just another fake posting

Red, what is the intention of your posting? I see no value to your posting.

Your alcoholism is not the problem of this board. If you do indeed require as much alcohol as your posting indicates, I feel sorry for your family.

    06/20/06 02:07
    Bill H.

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    06/20/06 02:07
    Bill H.

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    Just another fake posting

    Red,

    Thanks for the laugh. You would be dead if you really drank that much. The fake posting was not even amusing or interesting. Find a better story.

    BH

      07/05/06 02:06
      Bill James

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      07/05/06 02:06
      Bill James

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      drinking

      You are right that heavy drinking might lead to an early death. My father easily drank as much as Red. I remember him going through a quart of whisky and a six pack of tall ones (beer) every evening. Though all that he held down a supervisor's job and retired at 60. He had decent health until his 70's when heart disease medicine forced him to give up drinking. He died a few years later. He learned to drink like that in WW2. I think many of his cohorts drank as much as him. He had DD but it never progressed into a contraction.

        08/03/06 02:33
        Lin Texas

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        08/03/06 02:33
        Lin Texas

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        Stop feeling guilty

        I am firmly convinced after researching DC for several years that it is purely a genetic condition. I have an uncle who has had the surgery, I (a female) developed a contracture 3 years ago (age 50) and had succesful surgery, and I have a brother (age 51) who is in the process of seeing a hand surgeon because of severe DC. My brother and I do drink, but my uncle does not. I wish I had information about previous generations, but we are all Northern European.

          12/26/06 01:49
          Randy H.

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          12/26/06 01:49
          Randy H.

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          On The War Path

          While BioS is deleting some of the spam, what is being done is to delete *entire* threads that are infected rather than just the Spam itself. That's like amputating the finger as opposed to straightening it out. By doing this current discussions are eliminated and terrific old threads and now *histoy*.

          BioS: You are under attack. If you want to save the most significant web sight in the history of this disease, check it twice a day and delete *only* the recent spam. Your current lazy approach will only destroy this place. Until the Spamers realize their efforts will be met with firm and resolute resistance they will continue to destroy all that you have created here.

          It's up to you, otherwise we have no choice but to continue directing posters to a new forum at:

          www.dupuytren-online.info/Forum_English/

          Do the right thing. Don't help destroy your own Forum by deleting entire threads. Delete *this* message and the Spam only.

          Randy H.

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