The Mystery of Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP)

numbnessChronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP) attacks the nervous system and can cause painful, stinging, needle-like sensations along with numbness and weakness. The cause is unknown, but this type of neuropathy can be associated with HIV and Lupus. Ellen Schecter, an award-winning writer takes us through a time when she felt her life was shattered by this painful, potentially fatal disease, and how she was able to forge a new life filled with personal discovery and success. Joining us will be neurologist and Johns Hopkins expert Dr. David Cornblath who will shed light on this mysterious disorder and highlight the most beneficial treatments.


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  1. I’ve suffered for years. My Hopkins R.A. Doctor and various others have tried to get me into Hopkins. My spinal tap says Gillian barres, ems are all abnormal, biopsies show small fiber polyneuropathys.mi can’t walk tingling all extremities loss of coordination and sight . My R.a doctor years ago suspected cidp. But neurology like dr,chaydrey or dr. Calabresie both at Hopkins won’t even see me! I am near taking my life from the pain and absolutely no quality of life what do I don’t?

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