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#1 Heidi


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Posted 19 March 2007 - 04:16 AM

Hi and welcome to the forums!

I saw your first post on another thread, and wanted to take a minute to officially welcome you! I am glad you have joined us but sorry it is because of your wife's scleroderma. If you have read much on this board, you know that one of our members is currently particpating in the SCOT trial at Duke. I certainly hope your wife can get in and get some positive results.

I hope you will come here and post often and let us all get to know you. I am sure you will find everyone here very warm, supportive, and encouraging. We also have lots of great information on our Sclero A to Z website, if you haven't checked that out yet.

Again, welcome!

Warm wishes,

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Posted 19 March 2007 - 06:40 AM

Hi Kdnole,

Welcome to the Sclero Forums. I'm truly sorry it's because your wife is ill. You will find a lot of great information and support here. I look forward to knowing you better!
Warm and gentle hugs,

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#3 LisaBulman


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Posted 19 March 2007 - 08:46 AM

Welcome to the forums!

I am so sorry to hear that your wife sick, but it looks like she is in goods hands. You will quickly see how friendly we all are and willing to lend support. Please keep posting and let us know what happens with the study!

Take care,
Lisa Bulman
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