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Postby bromley » Thu Aug 11, 2005 9:02 am

Jake,

Good to meet you. Your fears are my fears - I often make lists of all the things that I won't (or don't think) I'll be doing with my five year old son that I planned to do (teach him tennis, scuba diving, go camping). And the worse thing is watching all the smoking / beer-bellied dads who turn up to my son's (and their son's) football (soccer in the US) each week. The only thing I've really learned from this disease is that life's a bitch and life is cruel. But on the up side (sometimes) I also have hope for the future. A lot of investment is being made to crack this disease so hopefully we will be able to do the things we planned and our children will be proud of us. I like the message from the US MS Society about their recent investment programme:

Promise 2010: Giving people living with MS a future to look forward to rather than a past to look back upon

Keep well.

Bromley
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Postby VladFT » Thu Aug 11, 2005 9:52 am

Jake ,
hi from NYC :wink:
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Postby Arron » Fri Aug 26, 2005 11:53 am

Jake,

I initially missed your intro-- welcome to the site!
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