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Postby bromley » Fri Jun 30, 2006 5:58 am

I think I could have worked this one out in 5 mins even with a reducing brain. Did they really need to do research on it?

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Postby REDHAIRANDTEMPER » Fri Jun 30, 2006 12:55 pm

well heck can i go be on that group..i can handle to be paid to do something like....of course i would have told them that they didnt need to so the stupid study cause we already know the accidents would be greater in someone with ms..i mean common sense would tell you that...oh my..heck but thanks for the little laugh..i needed it..

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Re: accidents

Postby NHE » Sat Jul 01, 2006 2:17 am

REDHAIRANDTEMPER wrote:well heck can i go be on that group..i can handle to be paid to do something like

They studied the incidence of fatal accidents. I think that I'll pass on this study :!:

That's not to say that I haven't experienced an accident directly due to MS, I have. Sometimes I forget that my foot does not operate well in autopilot mode. I was walking up some uneven front porch steps at my friends house without paying attention to what my foot was doing. I, or it, completely misjudged the step. I now have a nice dark red 1.5" long scar where my shin hit the edge of the step (and that was back in February). Not a "fatal" accident per se, but it did remind me that I need to be more careful.

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