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Reggie Bibbs First Ever Astros Game!!! Photos Now Online!!!

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Welcome to Minute Maid Park!

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Thank you to all the new friends we made today at Minute Maid Park!!! What a Tremendous Day!!! Thank you all who came up and introduced yourself to me! You really made my day!!! Continue reading Reggie Bibbs First Ever Astros Game!!! Photos Now Online!!!

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Elena Congelio and me

reggie-e-6.jpgHere’s a photo of me with my biggest fan!

Elena and her Dad Lou came by the house today to say hi. I was happy to see “E” wearing her Just Ask tshirt. I think it goes well with her orange tshirt underneath.

Elena how do you think the photo came out? I’m so happy I didn’t have to take one with your Dad. You’re much nicer!!!


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What is NF?

Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a genetic disorder of the nervous system which causes tumors to form on the nerves anywhere in the body at any time. This progressive disorder affects all races, all ethnic groups and both sexes equally. NF is one of the most common genetic disorders in the United States (one in every 3,000 to 4,000 births).

NF has two genetically distinct forms: NF-1 and NF-2. The effects of NF are unpredictable and have varying manifestations and degrees of severity. There is no known cure for either form of NF, although the genes for both NF-1 and NF-2 have been identified.

NF is an autosomal dominant genetic condition; it is not contagious. Approximately 50% of those affected with neurofibromatosis have a prior family history of NF. The other 50% of cases are the result of spontaneous genetic mutation. If an individual does not have NF, s/he can not pass it on to his/her children.

Joseph Merrick, whose condition was depicted in the play and film, The Elephant Man, is often incorrectly thought to have had neurofibromatosis. Merrick’s condition has been identified as Proteus Syndrome, a disorder similar to NF, but unrelated. To learn more about Proteus Syndrome, please visit the Proteus Syndrome Foundation’s website.


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