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  The essentials of essential tremor

For more information about essential tremor community seminars at Emory or Emory’s local ET support group, contact Lynn Ross at 404-728-6300 or slross@emory.edu. For research participation, contact Lisa Miyatake at 404-728-6364 or lmiyata@emory.edu. Emory events also are posted on the International Essential Tremor Foundation website. The IETF offers support groups, referrals, and advocacy for research at 888-387-3667 or www.essentialtremor.org. Committed to “shaking up awareness about ET,” the foundation recently hosted its first national fundraiser, Tulips for Tremors, which raised more than $51,000 through the sale of tulips.

Less pain, more gain

For more information, visit www.emorysportsmedicine.org or call 404-778-3350. To schedule an appointment, visit www.emoryhealthcare.org or call 404-778-7777.

A better bladder repair

For more information about the bladder repair procedure or for an appointment at the Emory Center for Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery & Urogynecology, call 404-778-7777 or visit www.emoryhealthcare.org.

Beyond watching, waiting, and hoping

Families in Transition groups help families find ways to develop healthier relationships with elderly loved ones. They meet on the first and third Tuesdays of every month from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., 52 Executive Park South, Suite 5200, Atlanta, GA 30329. Referring physicians or interested participants may contact Ed Lawrence at 404-728-6975 or ed.lawrence@emoryhealthcare.org for more information.

Ladies' Man

For more on Stein’s research, see whsc.emory.edu/_pubs/em/medicine/index.html. To watch a video about using progesterone to reduce brain injury, see whsc.emory.edu/multimedia_4patients.cfm.


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