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Duke in North Carolina

Postby graywolf » Fri Feb 01, 2008 2:49 pm

Has anybody heard or done anything at Duke - ?
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Postby lori1218 » Fri Feb 01, 2008 4:49 pm

Hi..


My best friend has cystic fibrosis and 5 yrs ago she had a double lung transplant there..

She had great care there and has nothing but praises to sing about Duke..

I went to see here there and it sure looks top notch to me..

sorry not too much help, really..

best of luck
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thanks lori218

Postby graywolf » Fri Feb 01, 2008 4:53 pm

thanks for the info...i too have heard nothing but good things..

i am hopeful that they take my insurance and that i can get an accurate dx. soon.

take the best of care - and all my best to your friend, i also know someone with MS and it is really a terrible disease...i hope she is o.k.

best regards, -graywolf
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Postby keggler » Fri Feb 01, 2008 7:15 pm

Hello ---- I've been to Durham,beautiful place.
I've had consults with Dr Adamson and Dr Fuchs.I've been on watch since 2004-----I just had surgery with Dr Rosner---He found BI,and a compressed cord and POTS and other problems after my first visit and set of tests and x-rays.

At Duke I didn't feel they wanted adults----everything is geared towards children, not adults.

Later...Jerry in Carolina...
"You are what you eat----and-----You are what you think"

"Be Good To Yourself"
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CM1-S/M-Basilar Invagination
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