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Posted by Frank David on October 20, 2000 at 15:01:20:

In Reply to: Re: Phrenic Nerve Damage(Paralized right Diaphram) Collapsed lung/Pheumonia. posted by Lesa on October 08, 2000 at 14:17:53:

: : Hello, Sorry to hear of your accident. My son was born with phrenic nerve damage, he will need a surgery to correct his diaphram. He has been living 2 1/2 years pneumonia free (with constant worry and effort not to bring him around sick people) good luck! Sorry to hear about your son, I hope the surgery goes well. I am still waiting for information from the doctors. I am also going to Barrows for a new test in two week I will let you know is any good news comes from it. I thought I had Pneumonia again because I was having symptoms again. Thank you.


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