World's longest dialysis survivor: message for ORB

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World's longest dialysis survivor: message for ORB

Postby oldborris » Tue Jun 15, 2004 7:54 am

Since you are in, more or less, the same line of business, I thought you might be interested in the story of Prof Robin Eady who, as a 20 yr old medical student contracted esrf and was dialysed in Seattle, then the only place offering this new and revolutionary treatment. He is still alive and practicing [although one might think that, by now, he would know all there was to know and wouldn't need to practise any more] as Professor of Dermatology in Edinburgh and is Britain's - and the World's - longest surviving esrf patient. Some end stage! Read all about him on
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Postby msdiva » Tue Jun 15, 2004 2:06 pm

I just love your humor, i sign on everyday just to see if you posted anything....keep it up boris, you lift my spirits
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Postby Hal » Thu Jun 17, 2004 12:50 am

Thanks Old Borris, hope you are well.

A very useful and interesting web site I did not know about!

The Professors story is a great inspiration to me having started dialysis when I was 21.

I couldn't get to the page about the Professor from your address, but I found it here:

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