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Re: [IPk] Re: deja vu

Congratulations on the birth of such a handsome little boy.

Sorry to hear about the return of your tumour but I am sure with the love
and prayers of your family and friends everything will be just fine.

My son had to have a second operation for his tumour 7 months after the
first but he and our family share a positive attitude and I am sure this has
helped all of us to get through .

Thinking of you.
Angela Dudley x
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Neale" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 4:47 PM
Subject: Re: [IPk] Re: deja vu

> >I have continued with a diet less high in wheat than before and the
> >improvements have been maintained.
> Nannette -
> I must confess that, although I followed my wheat-free (but not
> gluten-free) diet for a year and seemed to gain a lot from it, I abandoned
> it all last September when I nearly died of a brain tumour. It now appears
> that the weight loss was probably caused by my tumour. More I can't say.
> But I can now handle wheat without too much trouble.
> John
> PS There has been much exitement in our home over the weekend...
> My wife gave birth to a beautiful son - Nicholas - on Sat 8 Feb 2003 at
> 7pm. It was a home birth as planned. Christopher, who is 3 next week, and
> were in attendance. Photos and more at
> http://www.webshowcase.net/nealefamily
> And then today we went to the local hospital for *my* checkup. They
> that my tumour appears to be regrowing. They will perform some more tests,
> but in a few weeks I may have the pleasure of chemotherapy to mop up the
> remaining bits of tumour.
> --
> mailto:email @ redacted
> http://www.webshowcase.net/johnneale
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