I'm wondering what everyones' thoughts are on when we'll have a cure or effective treatment for this disease? Ever since Angela Christiano discovered the link between AA and RA, celiac disease, diabetes, etc., it seems as though new clinical trials for promising therapies are slow in coming. I know it takes a long time and a lot of money to fund these studies, but I'm curious as to when you think a breakthrough treatment will be found?

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Hey Dom :)

How are you ....so nice to see you back and around the traps. Thanks for your input...I have missed you.

Rosy.

Hello Rose Marie,

How are you? daughter? and hubby?

I'm fine. Turned 52 on 2nd October.
Looked in here and saw ( so boring) another bloke trying to sell "rubbish"

MASHED FRUIT FOR 300 DOLLARS!

Stay cool!

dom

About time you caught up...I've been 52 for months.

Happy Birthday for the 2nd...sorry I missed it.

I've not had a great year Dom. Libby has been diagnosed with Crohn's disease and has been very ill. Things are slowly improving, but these auto immune conditions are so horrible. Crohn's like her alopecia is very unpredictable, and sadly very painful for her.

Husband ...well what can I say ...he's good and I really like him lol.

Hear from you another day, time, year. Keep doing your thing Dom.

Rosy

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