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Created On 3/23/06 12:41 AM by liar


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liar
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3/23/06 12:41 AM
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I have 2 ilnesses now & crohns is the other one. it's like not even on my head. I take remecade once every 2 months & I'm fine. I really suggest remecade to anyone with crohns. it works like a gem for me. I have a friend who still diets , he could barely eat anything,and me I could eat anything I wan't. If you wan't a really good doctor see dr eric goldstein. i could give you his # if you send me a personal message. he really goes all out for his patients.


Anywase for all out there with just crohns believe me it could be a million times worse!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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3/23/06 8:07 PM
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Thanks for writing. You sound like your Crohn's doesn't keep you too busy...great!
Yes, Remicade is wonderful. Unfortunately, I'm allergic to Remicade, so after 3 treatments I found out that I can't have it anymore.
What hospital is Dr. Goldstien affiliated with?
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5/1/06 11:47 PM
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Where is this docotor? did u hear of simon lichtiger?


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5/2/06 6:36 PM
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Which hospital is he affiliated with?
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5/5/06 2:18 AM
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Searching the web for Eric S. Goldstein i found that he is listed as a Faculty member (Clinical Instructor) at Mount Sinai school of medicine. And here is his contact info:

Goldstein Eric S MD
12 E 86th St
New York, NY 10028
(212) 535-3400


 
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Edith
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5/11/06 2:16 PM
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aren't you nervouse about the side effects of remicade?
 
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5/11/06 6:21 PM
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Remicade was a concern of ours before I started the infusions, but after so many meds that hadn't done much it was worth the shot. It's definately a decision that has to be made...good luck!
 
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does he take medicate?
 
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