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Re: note for newcomers

I would like to add that while this site is of historical significance it is very dated in terms of clinical approaches, particularly the last decade.

john bonneville

Dated information on the YANA website

Hello John,

I have been adding a few specific updates to the YANA website as I learn about them. I would appreciate hearing any specific feedback about information that is incorrect or out-of-date, so I can update it. However, posting vague generalizations doesn't help much.

Best Regards,

Re: Dated information on the YANA website

Mark I came on here yesterday to say hello to Don. I ended up answering several questions as well. If this site is clinically up to date as you suggest that why have people waited weeks, in some cases, for a response. You just don't seem to accept the reality of what has happened to this site since Terry's passing. If you find my posts confronting, remove them. Terry although a lay person drove the clinical agenda on this site, albeit in some interesting directions I might add. Respondents to questions were plentiful. As Terry said "you are not alone". How relevant is that phrase today under your stewardship Mark Freedkin?