Harry Z - seminar on 28 May

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Harry Z - seminar on 28 May

Postby bromley » Sat May 27, 2006 8:07 am

Harry Z,

The MS Society of Canada has held a series of MS seminars across Canada. One is in London Ontario (not to be confused with London, the centre of the Universe, where I live). Harry Z lives in London and promised to attend and report back.

If you can pull yourself away from counting all the money you have made from investing in the MS drugs companies, please attend Harry. Arron said he would pay the taxi fares. :wink:


London ON
Sunday May 28
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Best Western Lamplighter Inn
591 Wellington Road, London ON

Additional Speakers:

Dr. Mary Lou Myles
University of Alberta, Edmonton AB

To register or for more information please call Patti Lake at
(519) 672-5855 or email mss@sjhc.london.on.ca by May 24, 2006.
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Re: Harry Z - seminar on 28 May

Postby HarryZ » Sat May 27, 2006 6:11 pm


Unfortunately, although we registered to go, we now won't be able.

Marg has had a lousy week. A number of weeks ago a small cut on the back of her leg became infected. Got bad enough that the doc placed her on a strong antibiotic which has made her tired, weak and thrown her digestive system into a bit of a loop. And this morning she woke up with a sore throat and was barely able to get out of bed.

Add to that the temperature going up to about 30C tomorrow and there is no way she is well enough to go. I would normally go on my own but she is so weak and feeling so poorly, I really don't want to leave her alone for any length of time.

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Postby bromley » Mon May 29, 2006 6:56 am


OK I'll let you off this time. UK has had a grim Spring - lots of rain and temperatures in the low - mid 60s (14-18C).

Hope your wife feels better soon.

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