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kjsimons
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Message 162 of 325 (448532)
01-13-2008 9:58 PM
Reply to: Message 160 by RAZD
01-13-2008 9:09 PM


Re: Thanks ...
New Years resolution: die of something else.
Razd, I think that most of us here would rather you not be in any hurry to fulfill this resolution anytime soon! Please wait to die of something else in a year far far away!

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kjsimons
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From: Orlando,FL
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Message 258 of 325 (659918)
04-19-2012 3:13 PM
Reply to: Message 256 by RAZD
04-18-2012 8:33 PM


Re: damn
Razd,
I'm sorry to hear about the loss of you father. I lost mine just before Christmas of 2010. He was on Plavix and he fell off his bicycle (wearing a helmet) but the neurosurgeon couldn't operate to remove blood on his brain due to this drug as there is no way to reverse the blooding thinning properties of it. If he had been using the older drug, Coumadin, they could have transfused some platelets and operated. That said the Plavix may have made him live longer than he would have even though it contributed to his death.
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