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    cwille posted:
    Well, back in hospital again, my doctor asked me if i would be interested in going to the national jewish health hospital in denver
    since we can't figure out what is causing my cough variant asthma. I
    was wondering if anybody out there has ever delt with that hospital. Since i live in florida that is a heck of a trip. Of course i will do whatever
    i have to do go get better. I was just in hospital 3 weeks ago , and 3 weeks before that. Oh well , have to deal with it for now i guess.

    God bless to all
    cwill
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    sgbl88 responded:
    GO FOR IT!!!

    Your doctors are admitting that they don't know how to treat you and they need help!! All the reports I have heard on NJ is that it is time well spent.

    As in my earlier post, maybe they would be willing to look into AERD treatment for you.

    God Bless,

    Sonya
    Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end... Ye shall seek me, and find [me]


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