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On a Personal Note
This website is Dedicated to the Memory of my late Nan, who without her comment, and money left in her will, to me, then none of what we are doing would have happened. and this is why we take nothing from this idea everything goes to bringing about change.
Nan’s message read …… You could change the world if you put your mind to it, Stephen.
Hello, if you have not been here before, welcome to my website, my name as you can see from above is Steve Wyles, I was born in 1962 in the UK unable to swallow, I have put this site together to bring as much info I can find into one place, for parents and adults like myself to find out more instead of trawling the internet looking, my own story can be found on this site. In only 15 months I took this website, one of 3.5 million with near same domain name to the first page on google, showing Doctors across the World, that I am very dedicated to doing this site. We Sue Paul (more on who Sue can be found lower down) have gained the respect of World Doctors and Surgeon’s, opening doors for us. We are also involved in other ongoing ideas, that should help all, born unable to eat.
My Facebook page:- https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004980497666
So who are we, I hear you ask?
Steve Wyles Adult-born unable to swallow in England in 1962, I put this site together to help New Parents understand what might lay ahead.
Sue Paul, Wife of an Adult with Ea-Tef, USA who became my Friend before his death from lack of data on his condition.
Sue and I are 100% dedicated.
Bev Stark left the Team
We linked up with a team of Doctors in the USA from, the UNC a Teaching Hospital and a Center for Esophageal Diseases and Swallowing.
DDW is Digestive Disease Week, USA there was the opportunity to uncover the most recent advancements in the field of Gastroenterology, Endoscopy, Hepatology, Digestive System and Gastrointestinal Surgery. DDW 2017 is one of the biggest events and organised annually. There were more than 14000 attendees and was held in Chicago, May 2017. At this years DDW, our team of Doctors presented the two medical papers and the abstracts as large posters, picked by the team @ DDW from 1000’s of applicants. For me just searchingВ using my name, and that of Sue Paul to see our names as Co-Authors was a real honour, as the two of us put the survey together, found the team of doctors from CEDAS, Center for Esophageal Diseases and Swallowing, at the UNC in USA, allowing us to work with Dr Dellon and his team, came up with the finished survey questions, that you now see on the survey found on this website.
Eluri S, Kochar B, Reed CC, Paul S, Wyles S, Meyers MO, Dellon ES. Factors Impacting Patient-Reported Health-related Quality of Life in Adolescents and Adults with Esophageal Atresia and Tracheoesophageal Fistula. Gastroenterology. 2017; 152 (Suppl 1): S741-S742 (Mo1656). Poster presentation at DDW, 2017
Please note that included on both the posters was this website address. As it was passed by the IRB board to link the survey from, (IRB stands for Institutional Review Board. The IRB is a committee that provides ethical oversight and ensures the protection of the rights and welfare of humans taking part in research studies)
NOTE both have Citations attached
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