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Parent message:
07.12.03
15:42
Cerebellar atrophy in an adult with spastic CP
Colleen Fox (celtfox@earthlink.net)
Current message:
08.01.03
15:53
Don't accept
Laurie Lazicki (laurielazicki@earthlink.net)
Hi, How many authoritative opinions have you had? Said gently, but sounds like your specialist is jumping to "easy" conclusions. I applaud your reasoning.CP is not degenerative. I'm a 43-year-old spastic quad. What you've been told sounds very fishy. At very least, insist on good explanations. Any good doctor would do so. I know my neurologist would. If you don't mind, I'd like to keep in touch with you. Laurie laurielazicki@earthlink.net
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