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03/04/05 01:19
Frances

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03/04/05 01:19
Frances

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Beware

Yes, beware of hand surgery. Seek the advise of a France trained NA hand doctor first.

Frances

03/04/05 01:15
DEAN

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03/04/05 01:15
DEAN

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LAWYERS

I HAD POSTED MY CAUTIONARY TALE A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO ABOUT HOW MY "tRIGGER" BECAME DUPS.

i JUST HAD SURGERY, NOT NA BY THE WAY, AND AM SEEING ALOT OF PROGRESS
MY CONTRACTURE IS 75% GONE.

ANY ONE WITH EXPERIENCE SUING DRS WHO MISDIAGNOSE FOR MALPRACTICE

03/04/05 01:11
Troll Patrol

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03/04/05 01:11
Troll Patrol

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Not me

Francis, if you are posting under "Francis" again, how is it that you first list the good Dr. Bourland as a good option, and then 2 posts later insist that the doctor have "French Training". Francis, are you loosing it? You know perfectly well that Dr. Bourland has not been trained in France.

Get your own handle Troll.

03/04/05 01:21
Me again

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03/04/05 01:21
Me again

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Not me

I have not used my old nickname of 'Frances' in a very long time. Obviously the troll who took it over is still obsessed with me and frankly *I find it creepy*.

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