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Role of Smooth Muscle Cells In Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
Dr. Dianna M. Milewicz MD PhD
Dr. Amy Reid MD PhD
Melanie Pepin, MS, CGC
Head Circumference Growth in Children With Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Who Develop Dysautonomia Later in Life
("POTS" -- Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome)Later in Life -- a Retrospective Analysis
New Study - June 2011
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Network C.A.R.E.S. Foundation we are currently funding our first EDS research project. So far we have given $75,000 towards this research. Every dollar that we raise for research, only goes for EDS research. Everyone who helps run this foundation are all volunteers.
No paid staff...
We are working hard so we can be
"One step closer to a cure!"
The investigators propose that evidence of chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI) may be evident in the vasculature of the fundus. The investigators will be examining fundi of multiple sclerosis patients and Ehlers-Danlos patients to see if evidence of CCSVI can be found in these patients.
EDS Network C.A.R.E.S. Foundation is happy to announce that Dr. Diana Driscoll will be joining our Medical Advisors Board. We are happy to have Dr. Driscoll join our team of doctors. Dr. Driscoll just came out with this new EDS study. If you are interested in participating, please call the contact number. Thanks for joining EDS Network CARES Foundation, Dr. Driscoll!
Leistritz DF, Pepin MG, Schwarze U, Byers PH
June 1, 2011
Do you suffer from the effects of EDS and POTS (dysautonomia)? Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Network CARES is excited and proud to announce the release of "The Driscoll Theory -- Part 1" -- the ground-breaking research of Dr. Diana Driscoll. Finally, EDS/POTS patients have some answers and new treatment options.
To download the publication and to print copies for your doctors, please click the link to the left: The Driscoll Theory-Part 1. As a patient, a doctor (on disability) and a mom
of affected children, Dr. Driscoll has devoted the last 7 years of her life to understanding
why EDS/POTS patients are so ill. Today, we thank her. To participate in Dr. Driscoll's ongoing trials please check out our Research Tab or her website at Prettyill.com.
Purdue Pharma - February 2012
Purdue tests oxycodone on children for
new version of drug - Currently recuiting participants Ages: 6 years old - 16 years old