Help cure Dupuytren disease - for your family.
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Patients and Families
Dupuytren disease runs in families. Find our what this means for you and how your story can help the effort to find a cure.
Scientists and Clinicians
Our goal is a Dupuytren cure. Join the research team.
Sponsors and Advocates
Raise awareness. Educate the public. Help us fund the research we need to find a cure.
HELP DEVELOP A CURE
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We have one goal: pave the path to a Dupuytren cure. Here’s how you can help right now. Enroll in the International Dupuytren Data Bank. Request educational brochures to spread the word. Share on social media. Host an awareness event for DRG director Dr. Eaton to give a presentation. Support research with a tax-deductible donation. Contact us at info@Dupuytrens.org, or call 561-429-8279 to discuss how you can work to help find a cure.
Dupuytren disease is a benign medical condition. It can result in permanently bent fingers.
Dupuytren is more common in seniors, in Caucasians, and in men. It often runs in families but can skip several generations. Dupuytren contracture is treated with procedures, but procedures aren’t a cure. Contractures often return or affect other fingers. Dupuytren management hasn’t changed in 200 years: wait for bent fingers; do a procedure; repeat, repeat. Without a Dupuytren blood test, there’s no simple way to test preventive treatments. Research is needed for a Dupuytren blood test, but surgeons don’t do that type of research and medical doctors don’t treat Dupuytren. Lack of a Dupuytren blood test is the single biggest hurdle to a Dupuytren cure. That’s where Dupuytren Research Group comes in. We are the only group conducting research to develop a Dupuytren blood test. Our goal is to prevent Dupuytren contracture. Let’s work together to make this happen!
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From everyone at the Dupuytren Research Group, have a happy, safe, and meaningful Thanksgiving celebration.