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Richard Kwiatek

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Information Forum ... Medical News, Coping Tips & Tricks, Treatments, Product Reviews, etc => Medical News, New Research, Fibro Info => Topic started by: waimser on October 07, 2008, 12:07:36 AM

Title: Richard Kwiatek
Post by: waimser on October 07, 2008, 12:07:36 AM
Richard Kwiatek. This guy is a rheumatologist in Adelaide, Australia doing research on Fibromyalgia. I havnt had time to read much but if youve got some time on your hands it might be worth a look.

Pity im about to move to Darwin and wont be able to see him. :( oh well.

Title: Re: Richard Kwiatek
Post by: ToJo/Todd on October 07, 2008, 08:39:51 AM
Hey Waimser

Maybe this Doc can refer you to one in Darwin, worth a shot at least.

Title: Re: Richard Kwiatek
Post by: geeman1969 on October 07, 2008, 10:14:39 PM

Monash Medical Centre where they have done successful research into Cancer genes and even the common cold has opened a consultation suite to hook into its research facility.

Im hoping to get my doctor to refer me tomorrow and then that means I might get an appointment in two months with the doctor who  assists the research Professor in charge.

They are also trialling 4 different drugs there that are not in common usage so hopefully oine of them wil prove effective in their area. They have a difinitive map of how FM works in the pain sense, not the knock-on effects which say fatigue and fog can both be attributed to pain anyway.

Will be advertising my results.

Title: Re: Richard Kwiatek
Post by: mongoose on October 09, 2008, 01:17:35 PM
i will be looking forward to your report.
a difinitive map of how FM works even in the pain sense, sounds interesting.


Looking forward to seeing the map.  It sounds interesting.
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