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stoneaxe

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Very important question - not
« on: March 19, 2009, 12:38:32 am »
Where and when is this brunch I keep reading about....I love brunch... ;D
Bob - Official Member of the Postie/Toasty Club
6mm AN treated with Proton Beam Radiosurgery in March 2004
at Mass General Hospital, Dr's Loeffler and Chapman
Cut the little bugger out the second time around in 2009..translab at MGH with Dr's McKenna and Barker.
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Re: Very important question - not
« Reply #1 on: March 19, 2009, 10:14:45 am »
Stoneax~
It is in or around the Boston area - unfortunately there are a lot of us that would like to go but are not anywhere near that location!! :'(

K
Translab 12/95@Houston Methodist(Baylor College of Medicine)for "HUGE" tumor-no size specified
25 yrs then-14 hour surgery-stroke
12/7 Graft 1/97
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Jim Scott

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Re: Very important question - not
« Reply #2 on: March 19, 2009, 03:50:54 pm »
Stoneaxe:

The brunch is scheduled for Sunday, April 19th at Maxwell's - http://www.maxwellmaxine.com/maxwells.html in Worcester, Massachusetts.  $18.95. per person plus whatever you want to kick in for the gratuity.  It's a tasty, varied buffet-style brunch that is worth the price - and the legendary apple dumplings really are delicious.  We meet at noon in the restaurant lobby.  My wife and I will be there along with about 20 other 'forumites'.  I know everyone would be pleased to have you join us.

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. 

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Re: Very important question - not
« Reply #3 on: March 20, 2009, 09:06:43 am »
Speaking about brunch......maybe its time for the Canadian group of ANer's who live in the Toronto and surrounding area consider getting together. 

Spring is here....lovely weather.....and a wonderful opportunity to talk in person.

Anne Marie
Sept 8/06 Translab
Post surgical headaches, hemifacial spasms and a scar neuroma. 
Our we having fun YET!!! 
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Re: Very important question - not
« Reply #4 on: March 20, 2009, 09:19:38 am »
Here's the link to the thread about the Boston area brunch:

http://anausa.org/forum/index.php?topic=8592.0

Hope you can join us!  It truly is a great group of people.

Katie
diagnosed June 2005
2.3cmx1.6cmx1.4cm left AN
translab Sept 13, 2006; Drs. McKenna and Barker in MA (MEEI/MGH)

 


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