Dupuytren Foundation 2016 Mid-Year Report

Dupuytren Foundation 2016 Mid-Year Report 2016 has already exceeded expectations for the Dupuytren Foundation. Here are some of the highlights. Progress on International Dupuytren Data Bank Research The International Dupuytren Data Bank (IDDB) launched in November 2015. The goal of the IDDB is a cure for Dupuytren disease. This research has been made possible through your support. Project […]

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Biomarkers in Dupuytren Disease
IDDB, biomarkers and big data to cure Dupuytren disease
On: Dec 9, 2015
By: Charles Eaton

The International Dupuytren Data Bank (IDDB) will focus on Dupuytren biomarkers Why are biomarkers important for Dupuytren disease? Dupuytren contracture is an effect, not a cause. Think of fever. Fever is an effect of infection, drug reaction, or something else. Just treating the effect – the fever – doesn’t cure the cause. ‌‌ You have to find […]

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Cure Dupuytren Disease
IDDB Research for a Cure: Enrollment is Open

Today is the day. The International Dupuytren Data Bank is now live. Independent. Crowdsourced. Massive. Free. The biggest Dupuytren research study ever. Enroll now at Tell everyone with Dupuytren disease to enroll. Together, we will find a cure.

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Three types of Dupuytren disease?

It’s important to understand the difference between Dupuytren disease (any Dupuytren like changes in the hand – with or without contracture) and Dupuytren contracture (a bent finger due to Dupuytren like changes). An unsolved issue is variability of disease. It is not known what percent of people with early Dupuytren changes (a lump, a cord without contracture) will […]

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