Dupuytren Research Group Blog

Women with Dupuytren disease

Women with Dupuytren Disease
A traditional Dupuytren narrative is that Dupuytren is primarily a painless nuisance problem of bent fingers in old men. This perception does a disservice to many. Not

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Share Your Dupuytren Story

Dupuytren.
In English, the word Dupuytren is unfamiliar. It’s hard to spell and strange to pronounce (DOO-pa-tren) – and not just for English speakers. In Denmark, it’s called Kuskefingre (Coachman’s finger)

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Citizen-Scientists for Dupuytren Research

I had a recent correspondence with someone who wanted to discuss the off-label use of Anakinra, an IL1RAP blocker, for her early Dupuytren disease because it had worked so well

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