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CMTUS is the Web's most trusted network for sharing resources, positive living strategies, practical suggestions, and new treatment paradigms for Hereditary Motor Sensory Neuropathy, also known as CMT. Information is updated regularly.



The butterfly is our symbol of HOPE and we believe that CMT means "Can Manage This"!’’ Like a butterfly, we are all unique and beautiful.



HMSN (CMT) can cause slow degeneration of the nerves in the extremities, thus muscles atrophy due to the loss of stimulation by affected nerves. HMSN (CMT) symptoms are diverse and present in many different ways due to each individual's genetic code. Unique to CMTUS is our experiental sharing; "this is what works for me"; all in an upbeat and positive light. Members develop a positive quality of life, provide affirmation, encouragement, inspiration, hope, and empowerment.



We share personal discoveries and insights gained from living with HMSN (CMT) as well as acquired medical information. We're here to learn all about the idiosyncratic nature of HMSN (CMT).



Of utmost importance is providing diversified, engaging, current research news to all. This includes Stem Cell treatment, Pleodrugs, Tubastatin A, HTS, Regenerative, Alternative and Nanomedicine, Prolotherapy, NT-3, Doxiciline, Gene silencing, P2X7, Curcumin, Vitamin E and Citicoline supplements, Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis, Myostatin, C-Jun nerve repair, microRNAs, Ruboxistaurim use, HSP, FK506, Innurex and Hedgehog Protein, Progesterone Antagonists, Dynamin research, Netrin-1, and Neuro-Regenerative Peptides.

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  • 2600
  • Health Care
  • Sep 21, 1999
  • English

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