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Bruno

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Bruno

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I agree

I agree with you, plus I'm discovering a special diet that seems to work to me.
Have a look at www.kousmine.com you will get many information about the toxines that could be accumulated within the connective tissue.

Leslie

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Leslie

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Interesting theories, esp. re female Dupuytrens

Your theories are very thought-provoding. Some of it could have merit, and certainly worth considering/experimenting!

Regarding whether female Dupuytrens patients are "more men-like" as you say, I'm not sure what you mean. I've only personally known two other such persons besides myself. None of this very small sample are "masculine" (I for one have been accused of being sexy/sensual), but they are bright, capable, independent, assertive -- which some men find intimidating, others find attractive. I'm in a professional role most often held by men, and I'm successful & driven. Would you term that "men-like"?

Bret

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Bret

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Reply to Leslie

I have only worked in "traditionally female-held" jobs, yet have DC to such an extent that my typing speed has dropped about 20 wpm! (Only about 45 wpm now.) I think that we should forget about "male/female" when it comes to DC... even if men develop it more often! (By the way, I've also been told I'm an attractive man...but more feminine than masculine.)

My theory is just heredity...and help it (DC) out if you have epilepsy or alcoholism.

Just my thoughts.

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