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    Hi I have Central Pontine Myelinolysis I am looking to see if there are others on here with CPM

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    Welcome to BrainTalk, Michael!

    Unfortunately, there is no CPM forum, but I did find some information for you about CPM.

    The current version of this forum has been around for about 3 years. The previous version of the forums couldn't be linked to this newer version, so we have the archived version of about 5 years of information previous to this forum version. You cannot post in the archived versions, but you can read.

    Here is the link to a page that has much information about CPM. There was a member named "WhataBreeze" who had CPM and posted a lot of information on their own problems with the disease and many helpful websites: http://www.braintalkcommunities.org/...archid=4256436

    I do hope someone who has or knows about this condition comes along to help, but I think you will get a lot of information from the archives.

    I hope you find this helpful and find a group in the forums that you can relate to with your problems.

    Once again, welcome!
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    Thank you. Dr Hoch knows all about it. He has been part a studies on the subject. I used to talk to what a breeze but he has died from the issue. He helped pome a ogre at deal. Dr Hoch is person I would like to talk to the problem is Mass General is the hospital that gave it to me. The CPM that is.
    Last edited by Michael 52006; 07-26-2014 at 05:49 AM.

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