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Dr. Jeffrey Roth
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Support Groups (Definition)

For information, resources, and support on specific diseases and conditions, see the links below. Additional local and national support groups can be found on the web, through local libraries, your health care provider, and the yellow pages ...Read more


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Are there support groups for pick's disease?

Are there support groups for pick's disease?

See below: These websites below might serve as a starting point. Good luck! http://www.Ftdsg.Org/index.Htm__ http://www.Theaftd.Org/. ...Read more

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What are some mitochondrial disorder support groups in existence?

Look online: Since mitochondrial disorders are still considered rare disease entities, support groups at a local level would be very dificult to find. I suggest you go online to some of the big centers in the us who deal with the diagnosis and treatment of these disorders (ie. Children's hospital of philidelphia, cleveland clinic) and see if they have online support groups and parental geoups. ...Read more

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Are there rsd-reflex sympathetic dystrophy support groups?

Careful w groups: See my other answers on rsd, support groups can be a good way to talk to others who have the same disease as you, be careful of bias and opinions. Some groups have a group think mentality that can lock you in to a mind set and lead you away from some therapies that may completely reverse most of you pain. ...Read more

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Are there online support groups for juvenile retinoschisis or enucleation?

Www.losteye.com: www.losteye.com is a valuable online support resource. There are many other groups which can be found my searching "enucleation support group" on a google search. ...Read more

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Are there support groups for blind vets?

Are there support groups for blind vets?

Yes: Check with your va and with the organization 'disabled american veterans' for help and support. Your local organizations for the blind and poorly sighted can also help. ...Read more

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Are there support groups for people with pancreatic cancer?

Are there support groups for people with pancreatic cancer?

PANCAN: The best group out there is the pancreatic cancer action network, aka pancan. Their liason program connects people with experience with pancreatic cancer with those seeking more information. www.pancan.org. ...Read more

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What are some reputable support groups for incest survivors?

Two 12 Step groups: You might want to consider attending a meeting of survivors of incest anonymous (sia) and/or incest survivors anonymous (isa) the most important difference is that anyone who has been a perpetrator is asked not to attend isa even if the perpetrator was also a victim of incest. ...Read more

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Are there any online support groups for those diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa?

Are there any online support groups for those diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa?

Check this web site: Ther are many on this web.http://www.blindness.org/index.php?searchword=support+group&ordering=&searchphrase=all&advanced=0&option=com_search.

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Are multiple sclerosis and myasthenia gravis conditions of the neuroglia?

Are multiple sclerosis and myasthenia gravis conditions of the neuroglia?

Neither of them: Neither of these conditions is a condition of the neuroglia. To some extent, glial cells are involved in the repair of damage that occurs in MS. Myasthenia is a condition that occurs at the junction of the nerve and muscle, no glia cells are present there. ...Read more

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Who discovered multiple sclerosis?

Who discovered multiple sclerosis?

Charcot: The French neurologist Charcot is credited with identifying MS as a distinct entity for the first time. ...Read more

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Are there support groups for people with tinnitus?

Are there support groups for people with tinnitus?

Yes, Brookline is : close to many. See the American Tinnitus Association, www.ata.org/support. Clinics include Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, www.bidmc.org/YourHealth/Conditions-AZ.aspx?ChunkID=11504, Mass. Eye & Ear, www.masseyeandear.org/for-patients/patient-guide/patient-education/diseases-and-conditions/tinnitus/ & Mario Hearing Clinics, www.mariohearingclinics.com/tinnitus-retraining-therapy. ...Read more

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Know of enucleation online support groups?

Ocularist: An artificial eye maker is termed ocularist. They would have contact with enucleation support groups so ask you eye maker about this. ...Read more

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Which type of charity events exist to support cerebral palsy?

Which type of charity events exist to support cerebral palsy?

Check your local: Check with your local group or children's hospital and they can direct you. ...Read more

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What are neuropsychiatric problems associated with multiple sclerosis ?

What are neuropsychiatric problems associated with multiple sclerosis ?

Significant at times: Main issue is evolution of progressive cognitive loss, which likely is present in at least 60% and creates an early disability. Lack of emotional control, such as crying or laughing without reason, or more persistent euphoria or depression gets even more challenging. Although delusions and hallucinations may be rarely seen, usually not an issue. ...Read more

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Dr. Walter Husar
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Sclerosis (Definition)

We neurologists employ the term to describe localized damage involving the central nervous system, and sclerosis means scarring. If in many areas, might be multiple sclerosis. If affecting the motor nerve cell, ...Read more


Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Multiple Sclerosis (Definition)

A progressive disease that interferes with the functioning of the central nervous system and brain. Symptoms include numbness, impairment of speech and of muscular coordination, blurred ...Read more