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    Default Re: Is it a bird, is it a plane, - no it's bi-sexual superman

    Victoria, never ever give up because the sun will shine again in the morning.

    Had one of those annual medicals the other week, do not be too concerned about them, just a gov directive that all over some age must have them.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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    Default Re: Is it a bird, is it a plane, - no it's bi-sexual superman

    Thanks John. I had it done so that I knew I was fit enough for what is coming next. One of us has to have a driver's licence as there is no real public transport here.
    The diagnosis has been confirmed for my husband, so it's off to the specialist in Dec to ascertain what treatments are available that might help slow the progression of this insidious disease.

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    Victoria, in my role as a volunteer I see a number in the early stages working at the local community center.
    It is not all doom and gloom, it can manifest itself very slowly to the point that at times they may reach a certain level and hold that for some time.
    There is plenty of help out there so hang in and you will find the inner strength to deal with this.
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    Default Re: Is it a bird, is it a plane, - no it's bi-sexual superman

    Going back to #1: Is it a bird, is it a plane, - no it's bi-sexual superman.

    When it comes down to health professionals, they do not see them selves as super human,
    but, they to me are heroes.

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    On the front line of the nation’s battle against coronavirus stand the incredible staff of the NHS.

    From the surgeons to the porters, the nurses to the catering staff, the physios to the midwives, and the paramedics to the GPs - these heroes battle adversity each day to help us all when we’re at our most vulnerable.

    From cradle to grave, the NHS, and the incredible professionals who work in hospitals, GP surgeries, clinics, care homes and more, is a part of British life.

    Many are also gay, would it matter if they save your life or hold your hand otherwise ?

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    Default Re: Is it a bird, is it a plane, - no it's bi-sexual superman

    Victoria
    You are certainly having a hard time of it but as said, modern medicine is daily coming up with new and often strange treatment.
    Have a look at this regarding dementia treatment.
    Rgds
    J.A.
    https://www.durham.ac.uk/news-events...ight-therapy-/

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