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about my previous post on a patent for dx and possible treatments for dysautonomias.

I checked the 2 sites-Global Spec and Micro Patents...all legit then I got curious and went to the OFFICIAL U.S> Patent office site....Did a search via inventor name...what a confusing site to learn!!!

and there IS a legit patent filed and accepted, by Joan M Fallon as well as many others by her....she at the time...was affiliated with New York Univ med school, was/is from Yonkers NY...and you can get details below. Perhaps someone with far more experience than I have should try to write or email her and get the straight info...I know in my own fields of science education and embryology there are many political reasons for burying valid research finds....as well as legitimate ones...Id hate to think that this woman's ideas could have led to better dx and/or treatments for dysautonomias????

It looks like she may have worked with Dr.F. Axelrad (or used her dept's data) ---specialist in Familial Dysautonomias...but if you read the entire document it claims to have info benefitting other dyasutonomias!!! With all of you who have been reading the literature far longer than I ( and who hopefully arent squinting tonight thru one eye in a terrible Lyme related dizzy fog), what's your take???

http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?...N/Fallon-Joan-M

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Sorry the direct link somehow corrupted but here is the steps to take:

1. go to www.uspto.gov/

2.on left under "patents" click "search"

3.in the Term 1 box type the following: "Fallon-Joan-M" ( no quotes and use dashes)

4.in box to right select "inventor name"

5. click "search" on bottom leaving field 2 empty

the entire doc will come up...sorry again but I am pc illiterate and thought if I copy/paste the url itd be accurate.

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the link works fine for me. the forum shortens them in appearance but not in function (links that is).

i'm pretty intrigued by the whole thing...haven't read it all yet but honestly have not heard of some of it (and i've done A LOT of reading on the topic...though not AS much on FD). while there are a lot of symptom similarities i will say that i'm a bit weary of the grouping of all dysautonomias together in terms of "answers". but that doesn't mean that things can't be learned b/c obviously there are relationships, overlaps, etc. and i like the "all in one place" info though re: the various dysautonomias and other illnesses that have some autonomic implications. makes for some interesting reading (despite the fact that i should be sleeping....ggggrrrrr)

B) melissa

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