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RE: [IPk] John Neale



Hi John


Its good to know that John Neale is ok.  I have been thinking about him and
his family.

Shame about the not being able to be in control of his diabetes.  I hope
that he will be back soon.

Jackie


> Having just put the phone down from John, I can report, with much relief,
> that he is doing fine although he does have some short term memory loss.
>
> The operation has been successful and he is now in a rehabilitation centre
> and should be back in circulation by the end of the month.
>
> That's assuming that he does not try to "adjust" his intravenous insulin
> drip again. The last time he did it, they caught him and punished him by
> putting him back on injections! Those Germans!
>
> Before you ask, the hospital would not let John wear his pump, they would
> not take the responsibility. Bearing in mind his condition when he was
> admitted, they were probably right.
>
> Regards,
>
> John Davis,
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