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Thank you:).

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  • Chief Cushie

You both did wonderfully well! Congrats!

 

The archived chat is now available if you click on the microphone in my signature.

 

I'll get it into the podcast and iTunes in a little bit :)

 

And the chats in general...

 

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Becky (glandular-mass) is up there too! Go Guys!!

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  • Chief Cushie

Cool! Thanks for noticing that, Jess!

 

Tonight's show is on iTunes now, too :)http://www.itunes.com/podcast?id=271150820

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Yep...just friends talking.....works great!! Now, any of you that are interested in hosting a show or shows OR being interviewed, please let MaryO know!!! The more the better!!!!!!!!

 

Hugs!

Robin

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The current schedule as I know it...

 

Next Thursday will be an open call-in chat again. Then:

  • Jayne, January 31, 2008. MaryO hosts an interview with Jayne, a Cushing's patient who had pituitary surgery and a bilateral adrenalectomy before finding the true source of her ectopic Cushing's.
     
    Jayne also had a miracle baby despite her illness, which usually makes women infertile. She was featured in her local paper. Read that article here: Baby boy is miracle to mother with Cushing's disease
  • Alicia (medcats10), February 7, 2008. Tentative interview with Alicia, a Cushing's Message Board member who is still testing.
     
    This show will be at 7:30PM (note later time!)
  • Karen (Rooon55), February 21, 2008. Karen's disease started when she was a little girl (7) and she finally got a diagnosis in 2005. She had cycling Cushing's, Thyroid disease, GH deficiency, and Auto immune Alopecia. She believes she is cured after two Pituitary surgeries.
     
    A doctor didn't advise Vermont's Karen Nolan (Rooon on the boards) that she might be one of the scant 3.5 per million people diagnosed annually with Cushing's disease - another Cushing's patient did. After reading Nolan's post on an Internet message board, another patient suggested Nolan's lab results and symptoms could indicate pituitary disease and that help might be found more that 3,000 miles away at Oregon Health & Science University. From Karen (rooon55), MedfordNews, May 15, 2006
  • Robin Smith (staticnrg), date to be determined. Interviewed by MaryO
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