Happy new year!

A very happy new year to all our website users from all of the team here at Vein of Galen UK. We hope you have all had a good christmas and wish you all the very best for 2012.

A quick announcement: We have finally got the new forum up and running following the poll that we ran on here a few months ago. We invite all of you that were interested in participating in forum discussion to visit: the new forum here

You will need to sign up and register to post on the new board. There is a suggestions forum where you can make any suggestions for how YOU would like to see the forum grow and develop. Although we may not be able to respond immediately, please rest assured we are listening and your input is very welcome. This site and the forum were set up to help YOU and without YOU we would not be able to continue to grow and give support to countless families around the world.

2011 was an excellent year for this website, with over 25000 visitors and an average of 2100 visitors per month. Hopefully we can continue to improve the site in 2012 and we will continue to try and ensure our site is the number one resource for information and support for this devastating condition. Having a vibrant and active user community on the forums will be another way in which we can deliver that. Please note however that if you don’t use it, it will be closed for inactivity by the owners of the forum hosting space.

Your feedback is always welcome, so please either post on the forum or send us a message through the content page on this site.


The VOG Team


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Vein of Galen UK is a website dedicated to families and sufferers of Vein of Galen malformation all over the world. We provide information and support for families affected by this condition.
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One Response to Happy new year!

  1. vogadmin says:

    Unfortunately due to lack of use, the forum hosting company has terminated the forum I set up at the link in this article. With these things it is very much a case of use it or lose it unfortunately. As this is the second time we have set up a new forum and it has been de-activated by the hosting company, I think it is safe to say that a forum option will no longer be available for this site.

    There is a very active facebook groups for families affected by VOGM available (see useful links section) and of course you can always participate in discussions via article comments on this site, or email us direct if you have specific questions.

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