Fingers, toes that go dead white in cold could be sign of Raynaud's: doctors

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When Michelle Richard was in her teens, she noticed the tip of one finger would periodically feel cold, turn dead white and then go a purplish-red colour. "I would keep rubbing it until it got warm again and the blood started returning again to the finger," says Richard, 48, of Halifax, who thought the blanching of her finger might have been a long-term effect of frostbite from childhood. In her ...

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