Post-Polio-Syndrome Survey being Conducted by
Julie K. Silver, M.D., Harvard Medical School

Julie K. Silver, M.D., is a graduate of the Georgetown University School of Medicne. While training in Washington, D.C., Dr. Silver worked with Dr. Lauro Halstead who is one of hte nation's leading authorities on the diagnosis and management of polio-related health problems. Dr. Silver approaches the late effects of polio from both a professional and personal level. Her mother, her mother's father and mother's brother had polio. Dr. Silver also wrote THE BUSINESS OF MEDICINE, book for acquainting physicians and medical students with the many business aspects of medicine and is now on the faculty of Harvard Medical School/Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital

The deadline for submiting this survey to Dr. Silver is: February 28, 1999
PLEASE direct any questions to Dr. Silver and/or her office and NOT to the maintainers of this web site!

Dr. Julie Silver from the Department of PM&R at Harvard Medical School is conducting research on polio survivors and needs volunteers who had paralytic polio in the past. The volunteers need to answer a several page questionaire and in return they get a copy of Dr. Lauro Halstead's new book "Managing Post-Polio". If you would like to volunteer you must meet the following criteria:
  1. . Have a history of paralytic polio
  2. . Have never been treated by Dr. Silver

For more information contact:
Spaulding at Framingham
1291 Worcester Road
Framingham, MA 01701
phone (508) 872-2200
fax (508) 872-1205

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