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      Ok i figure if everyone who went to the confr.tells us one important thing
      that the learned there(aside from all the partying, laughing, etc—that
      will make us all jealous) it would sure help………


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        Hi Mary,

        Thanks for asking! This is the 3rd time I have tried to
        post this today. I go to enter it and I get booted! LOL

        Anyway……I didn’t want to leave you hanging either cause
        I know what it feels like wondering. :)

        Yep, the conference was excellent from start to finish.
        Those conference planners did a super job. Talk about
        talented. Wow!

        I learned that the Eye Disease should be called Autoimmune
        Ophthamology. That a high T3 could put a person at risk for
        the eye disease. That getting doctors to agree on something
        is like herding cats. That there is healing benefits in
        laughter. That meeting other GD patients and their families
        is one of the nicest things I have ever experienced. That
        they could write 2 pages on what they do know about Graves’
        Disease and volumes on what they don’t or think.

        I could expand on these thoughts but there is going to be
        reviews/write ups on the different speakers posted here to
        the BB by volunteers Nancy Patterson asked for when she
        spoke at the banquet dinner.

        Next year I am taking my husband with me to the 8th Annual
        National Graves’ Disease Conference that will be held in
        Louisville, KY again.

        Michele B.

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