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Dupuytren Foundation 2012 Annual Report

Dupuytren Foundation Annual Report Update from  Dupuytren Foundation President, Charles Eaton MD It’s been a year of growth and change for the Dupuytren Foundation. The Dupuytren Foundation has reorganized its website  The Dupuytren Foundation has a new address: 1732 S Congress Ave Suite # 348Palm Springs FL 33461 Phone

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2012: New Dupuytren’s Textbook Publication

Inspired by the exchange of new ideas at the 2010 International Symposium on Dupuytren’s Disease, the symposium’s faculty worked for a year and a half to publish a comprehensive textbook on Dupuytren’s disease. Dupuytren’s Disease and Related Hyperproliferative Disorders: Principles, Research, and Clinical Perspectives, published this year by Springer, covers

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A new Dupuytren’s research project has launched!

After much preparation, a collaborative effort is underway between Professor Paul Werker at Groningen University Medical Center in The Netherlands and Dr. Charles Eaton at The Hand Center in Jupiter, FL. This retrospective study will follow the long term outcomes of patients who have had Dupuytren’s treated with Needle Aponeurotomy,

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Dupuytren Roundtable Discussions

Here are links to two recently published roundtable discussions by experts in the field of Dupuytren’s. Although these were discussions by surgeons for surgeons, they are really just conversations and quite readable. They highlight the current challenges both surgeons and their patients face with Dupuytren’s disease and provide insight into

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Miami Dupuytren Symposium spurs new research: Report from Dupuytren’s Day at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Handchirurgiethe (German Society for Surgery of the Hand – DGH)

Dr Wolfgang Wach reports from the DGH, Oct 7 Dupuytren Program: “I attended the Dupuytren’s day at the Nuremberg conference of German hand surgeons and the Miami Dupuytren Symposium was pretty well covered there. Bernhard Lukas gave a review of the Miami conference and the current issue of the German

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