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wendysig

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The magic AN scarf is on its way to its new owner
« on: August 04, 2008, 02:04:05 pm »
Hi all -
Since Sue is up next for surgery the magic AN scarf donated by our very own Debbi is oin its way to her.  My neice was kind enough to offer to drop it off at UPS today and I hope it will find its way to her before  her surgery on Wednesday.  I am hopeful that it will wrok its magic once again and provide another excellent outcome.  I am really looking forward to the day that it goes to a man to lend its support.  As  for you men out there, real men can wear the magic AN scarf and I hope you will.

Wendy
1.3 cm at time of diagnosis -  April 9, 2008
2 cm at time of surgery
SSD right side translabyrinthine July 25, 2008
Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York, NY
Extremely grateful for the wonderful Dr. Choe & Dr. Chen
BAHA surgery 1/5/09
Doing great!

Debbi

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Re: The magic AN scarf is on its way to its new owner
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2008, 02:37:11 pm »
Bravo, Wendy!!  It's like our own little version of the traveling pants ...

Debbi
Debbi - diagnosed March 4, 2008 
2.4 cm Right Side AN
Translab April 30, 2008 at NYU with Drs. Golfinos and Roland
SSD Right ear, Mild synkinesis and facial nerve damage
BAHA "installed" Feb 2011 by Dr. Cosetti @ NYU

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Jim Scott

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Re: The magic AN scarf is on its way to its new owner
« Reply #2 on: August 04, 2008, 03:21:28 pm »
Wendy:

I'm sure Sue will appreciate the 'Magic Scarf'.  Thanks for your thoughtfulness.   May your recovery continue on the fast track.  :)

Jim
4.5 cm AN diagnosed 5/06.  Retrosigmoid surgery 6/06.  Follow-up FSR completed 10/06.  Tumor shrinkage & necrosis noted on last MRI.  Life is good. 

Life is not the way it's supposed to be. It's the way it is.  The way we cope with it is what makes the difference.

 


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