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New NA on the Net
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09/20/06 02:55
Randy H.

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09/20/06 02:55
Randy H.

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New NA on the Net

As we all know, the North American NA movement is still mostly Net driven. Here is some new stuff:

The good Doc Terrance Berry has a few things to say, including:

<BEGIN>"A handful of practitioners in the U.S. have been trained in the needle aponeurotomy technique, a situation that hopefully and expectantly will change in the next few decades. This procedure will change how Dupuytren's is treated."<END>
While I agree, "next few decades"? Come on Terrence, we're going to do better that that!

http://ezinearticles.com/?Help-Is-Here-For-Dupuytrens-Contracture,-Its-Called-Needle-Aponeurotomy&id=269421

His cool new web site is at: http://www.terrencebarrymd.com/ Like Eaton, *all* he does is NA. We don't hear much about him here, but he's off and running (FT).

Then the Oh-So-Hip emaxHealth.com has an Eaton interview at:

http://www.emaxhealth.com/39/5682.html

We're getting good net-press.

Then a Brit patient discussion, mostly with people just complaining about the disease (and why not :-) along with their traditional mandatory resident NA Nay-sayer. ("If you don't *have* an NA Nay-sayer, one will be provided for you." :-)

http://www.patient.co.uk/comments/23068725/

Good Reading
RBH

09/20/06 02:47
Mark D

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09/20/06 02:47
Mark D

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Thanks

Randy:

Thanks for the cites - especially the Eaton interview at
http://www.emaxhealth.com/39/5682.html.

Mark

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