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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
    I see some new names on the board! Let's do a check in roll call -


    Where do you live?

    When were you diagnosed?

    What is your favorite TV show this summer?

    BlazingTiger responded:
    Well You got to have someone start here we go.

    BlazingTiger AKA Jason

    Live in Allentown,PA.

    Diagnosed 2x First time 1988 was a teen then.
    second time 2006 Slip & fall head trauma.

    WWE Raw & Smack Down year round.

    hula_dancer73 responded:
    Nancy---AKA Hula Dancer

    saxofone1 responded:
    Hi everyone,

    This is Angie in Vegas. I was diagonosed in the Spring of 1975, shortly before I turned 14.

    I had a partial right lobectomy in April 2002.

    Favorite TV show? I enjoy the fitness/health channel.


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