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Old 08-20-2009, 09:36 PM
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Congratulations on the surgery plans for Lucy!!
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Please keep us posted on Lucy's progress. I expect I'll need to make similar plans in the near future for Wolfie. He was diagnosed with developing cataracts just a week ago and as we all know now, that's one of the bi-products of having diabetes. Good luck, Margaret.

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Congratulations on the surgery plans for Lucy!!
Thanks Natalie,
We will keep you posted

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Please keep us posted on Lucy's progress. I expect I'll need to make similar plans in the near future for Wolfie. He was diagnosed with developing cataracts just a week ago and as we all know now, that's one of the bi-products of having diabetes. Good luck, Margaret.

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Thanks Chuck,
I am quite nervous about it but I will keep you posted.
I think this is the worst thing about the diabetes when they lose their sight.
I am sure Wolfie will be a suitable candidate for surgery, and hope it is not too long before you can have them done.

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