Great news in the fight against Wegener’s.by
was found to be effective in a study across nine medical centers including 197 patients with Wegener’s granulomatosis...
With Wegener’s one of my greatest fears has always been having to someday be put...
A Wegener’s cookbook.by
Not sure how to help your friends/family like me with Wegener’s Granulomatosis (WG) or a similar vasculitis? I found this today, although it’s been out for quite some time: From Kitchens Around the World...
Wegener’s + RA treated without Cytoxan.by
I found this case report — and was stoked — while seeking some information about Wegener’s diagnoses combined with other auto-immune issues (Crohn’s specifically):“ Limited Wegener’s granulomatosis...
1 out of 25,000.by
With an orphan disease like Wegener’s, no one (in my daily life outside of the hospital walls... yet, but I thought this was one of the most straightforward and articulate descriptions of Wegener’s I’ve yet to see...
That ticking isn't just for women anymore.by
When my doctor recently told me that the next drug in line for Wegener's disease would likely ruin my chances of ever having children, I have to say—I began thinking about my biological clock for the first...
Reason to celebrate? Obama & Pawsby
Check out this piece about Dejane Kidder—a young girl in Santa Rosa whose adoptive mother died of Wegener’s just 3 years ago: Finding reason to celebrate
When asked what she was thankful...
Dr. Anshu Gupta
Whipple's disease is a rare infectious disease that typically infects the bowel. It causes malabsorption primarily but may affect any part of the body including the heart, lungs, brain, joints, and eyes. It interferes wit
CNS Whipple diseaseby
Dr. Brian M.
Somebody asked me the other day about CNS Whipple disease. I said that I thought it was an instestinal infection and didn't think it had a CNS manifestation. I thought wrong. Caused by Tropheryma whippelii, a gram positive i
CNS Whipple's disease factsheetby
Dr. Brian M.
The topic of CNS Whipple’s disease came up in a recent email exchange, so I thought I’d share with you a fact sheet on the disease:
First described by George Whipple in 1907, Whi