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    [The Next Newsletter]

    Author: Board Moderator--Sarah Beckley (---.dsl.mindspring.com)

    Date: 06-03-02 22:22

    Dear All:

    We are starting to plan the next newsletter and are wondering if anyone has any suggestions on things they'd like to see in this, or future, newsletters.

    Please post suggestions here and I'll be compiling them. If you don't want to share your suggestion with the board, please e-mail me directly.

    Thanks,

    Sarah

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    [Re: The Next Newsletter]

    Author: lisa (208.47.172.---)

    Date: 06-05-02 11:07

    Hello all...

    Please remember this is YOUR HCMA. We want to provide you with the information you need to live your lives. Your input is KEY...let us know what your thinking!

    Thanks,

    Lisa Salberg

    President

    HCMA

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    [Re: The Next Newsletter]

    Author: Steve (---.proxy.aol.com)

    Date: 06-05-02 17:39

    Hello, I would like to have info from the annual meeting in the news letter. Summaries of what the speakers said. Maybe even a special edition newsletter with the meeting topics? Maybe to much to hope for, but you asked. Thnks for all you do, and keep up the god work!!!

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    [Re: The Next Newsletter]

    Author: Board Moderator--Sarah Beckley (---.dsl.mindspring.com)

    Date: 06-05-02 18:45

    Dear Steve,

    We will definitely have some of the info from the meeting available in the newsletter.

    Thanks,

    Sarah

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    [Re: The Next Newsletter]

    Author: TM (---.divernon.hansoninfosys.com)

    Date: 06-05-02 22:53

    I'm with Steve. I was really disappointed that it worked out my wife and I could not attend this year, especially being new to the HCMA in 2001/2002. It would be great to hear a summary of the meeting's topics with special emphasis placed on any new breakthroughs, good or bad.

    Thanks much, Sarah.

    Your fellow Illinoisan-

    Tom

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    [Re: The Next Newsletter]

    Author: John (---.dsl.hstntx.swbell.net)

    Date: 06-06-02 18:50

    As a lifelong HCM patient (had a myectomy seven years ago, am on my 2nd pacemaker and right now am going thru A-Fib for the 3rd time since surgery) and a former school board member here in Texas, I have been watching each school year the number of high school (and even college) athletes who drop dead on the practice field or in a game because of HCM. The media reports it as heat stroke or drugs but a recent case in Houston this past school year highlighted the fact that this particular athlete had HCM but didn't know it. As we all know, that is often the case. THere is a doctor in Austin, TX who has gotten his colleagues together and they do echo screening free of charge for the athletic departments of the various schools when the students first sign up for athletics, football, etc. I'm working on a similar program in Houston and we hope to join forces.

    I'd be glad to write an article on this topic if you're interested. Drop me a line on my email and I'll be glad to give you more information on how to contact me, etc.

    John

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    [Re: The Next Newsletter]

    Author: Board Moderator--Sarah Beckley (---.dsl.mindspring.com)

    Date: 06-06-02 19:11

    Dear John

    Have you talked to Lisa about your program as other HCM parents are doing the same or similar and Lisa can hook you up. Please call the office at 973-983-7429.

    Sarah

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    [Re: The Next Newsletter]

    Author: Lisa (---.dyn.optonline.net)

    Date: 06-07-02 09:05

    John -

    Please do call the office we have people working on just this topic and would love to get you involved with them. Please feel free to draft an article and I will review it and get back to you, I can not see any problem running it!

    Thanks to all for your input...keep it coming!

    Lisa Salberg

    HCMA
    NOTE: This is a post from the previous forum message board.
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