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When Will We Have a Cure for Dupuytren’s Disease?

May 03, 2020 2 Comments

If you search the web for a Dupuytren’s disease cure, you will get no satisfying results. It is one of the few diseases that still remain a mystery to doctors and medical professionals.

There is very little that we know about it despite Dupuytren's contracture getting more common day by day.

In previous blogs, we talked about the many causes of the disease and why it’s becoming common. Today, we’ll talk about Dupuytren's contracture treatment and the latest updates on Dupuytren's contracture cure.

Let’s get started:

Do We Really Not Have a Dupuytren's Contracture Cure?

Yes, we do not.

Some experts believe that the medical industry did not initially pay much attention to the condition as it wasn’t very common. It took us a lot of time to take notice of the disease and we’re already slow on research and data.

One needs a lot of information to be able to create a cure. Plus, a proposed solution has to be tested hundreds of times and for several months before it can meet the set requirements.

This is why we still do not have a cure for the condition.

When Can We Expect a Cure?

There is no date yet and while it’s important to be positive, the truth is that we do not know how long it will take to get to a point where we can have a working solution to solve this problem for good.

Some companies are believed to be working on a cure but we haven’t received overwhelming positive news and we seem to be quite far from finding a solution.

It is important to know the cause of a disease to be able to find a solution. The problem with Dupuytren's contracture is that we still do not know what causes the condition.

Once we know the cause, we’ll be able to move ahead in the race and get closer to finding a solution that can truly contain the problem.

How Can We Treat Dupuytren's Contracture Then?

Just because we do not have a cure does not mean we also do not have a treatment.

If you or someone close to you has Dupuytren's contracture then there's good news for you. There are several ways to treat the condition including some very affordable invasive options.

We suggest that you consider our all-natural topical approach to fighting off Dupuytrens Disease, Dupuytrensco Cream. Customers have found tremendous results using our product. 


Checkout out what one of our customer had to say:

"Had this contracture for 10 years, this is the first treatment that’s even begun to help. Finally, hope. - Tom"

2 Responses

John D'Amici
John D'Amici

July 30, 2020

Despite all my efforts so far I can’t seem to get it because I live in Australia sorely there must be a a way

Valerie Carr
Valerie Carr

May 09, 2020

I know how I got Dupuytren’s Contracture on both my little/pinky fingers. Dupuytren’s was created by a certain vibration of vibrating machine, designed to strenthen bones.I bought it to strengthen my bones. After standing (for leg bone strength) or sitting on it for a long time (for hips and spine), I often held onto/around the front of the machine or put my palms flat on it. I did not realise the danger of doing that.
I believe that the electricity, or a certain frequency, used for making stronger bones, caused my Dupuytrens, actually I am 100% sure this is what happened to my pinky fingers. Is there a way to help them? I bought it for my arthritis. My fingers were straight but the machine caused the baby fingers to curl under. Will this cream help? Should I put it on the outside or interior of my pinkies, or on the cords of my palms? It is hard as I wash my hands a lot. So it will be gone quickly.

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