Families from the Maryland, D.C., Virginia area


Families from the Maryland, D.C., Virginia area

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Latest Activity: Dec 19, 2019


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Comment by Melissa on June 7, 2008 at 10:49am
Hello everyone! Thanks for finding me, Tina! Owen, 3, is our little guy w/Duchenne. He sees Dr. Leshner as well. Very nice man! Owen saw him on Thursday and called him Pop Pop! It was a hoot!
Comment by Bains on June 7, 2008 at 9:47am
we are from VA. My son 7.3yr now. Currently seeing dr.wong from cincinnati childrens.
Comment by Nicole Fry on June 7, 2008 at 9:42am
Hello! We live in Fredericksburg (Stafford County) in Northern Virginia. We also see Dr. Leshner at CNMC in DC. It's nice to know that there are others close by going through the same things and who can relate. I also enjoy running into familiar names and faces and DMD functions. We're all part of a special family now.
Comment by Marie on June 6, 2008 at 10:23pm
Opps - I should have said - I have a 25 year old with duchenne and I live in College Park, MD near the University. Bob Leshner is Petey's neurologist too. I have such respect for that man. I work with Bob, Eric Hoffman, Yi-Wen Chen, and Raju Nagaraju, the greatest MD research team ever.
Comment by Marie on June 6, 2008 at 10:19pm
Hello MD, DC and VA families. This is the coolest thing. Thanks for starting this Tina!

I gotta go stretch Petey - have a good weekend.
Comment by Tina on June 4, 2008 at 7:38pm
We live in Northern Maryland. Our son's neurologist is Dr. Robert Leshner at Children's National Medical Center located in Washington, D.C. It's an 1 1/2 hour drive to the hospital.

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