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Contact a family
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    For a little while now I have kept a paper copy of an entry to www.fragilex.org.uk by a mother named Angela Moore about her son Benjamin. I know from Professor Elizabeth Newson that he was diagnosed by herself as PDA and is one of the original children in her written case studies for PDA. There is a picture provided in their entry of them both with a younger sister Heather taken in 1994.

    As someone who knows that I was also involved that original study I have long been curious to know of their whereabouts as Prof Newson could no longer keep in touch. I would be very interested myself in contacting this family because I believe they have lived close by in Lincoln/Lincolshire as I recall. Does anyone know anything about them now or know of them in past? Their entry can be found on web page http://www.fragilex.org.uk/page3.htm

    Laura, from Nottingham
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    Hi Laura

    I don't think I know the family but just wanted to say that I couldn't get through to your link web-site. Is the address corredt?
    Paula
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