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Posted by CCF Neuro MD *!* on December 04, 1997 at 20:54:56:
In Reply to: Charcot Marie Tooth Programs posted by Nancy K. Reed on November 22, 1997 at 21:17:05:
: Looking for a doctor at the Cleveland Clinic or in the Cleveland area that
specialize in this disease. My son was diagnosed with cmt and has had his first foot surgery. He is 16 years old and needs to be educated about how
to deal with this disease.
The Section of Neuromuscular Disease, within the Dept of Neurology
at the Cleveland Clinic has considerable experience with this disease
and an appointment can be made by calling the Dept of Neurology
appointments offfice (216) 444 5559,
ask for an appointment with Drs Levin/ Shields / Pioro or Mitsumoto
to obtain an appoiuntment with one of this group of subspecialists.
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