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Posted Thursday, October 29, 2009 9:09 PM
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Nice job, Wayne, and I hope you get better soon.






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They won't take my blood here in Australia because I lived in the UK during the Mad Cow Disease scare.
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Posted Thursday, October 29, 2009 10:44 PM
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Ah, yes! Good ol' BSE.

We had an interesting development today. My household had its fifth case of pneumonia diagnosed this year: our poodle went in to have her teeth cleaned and they heard crackling in her lungs. It was confirmed with x-ray and now she's on antibiotics. We're confident she'll be fine.


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Posted Friday, October 30, 2009 3:29 AM
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Wayne, it's always worth highlighting the need for blood donors and hope you are on the road to recovery.
The UK Blood Doning Centre and details of where to donate are can be found here www.blood.co.uk
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Posted Friday, October 30, 2009 3:50 AM
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At the risk of sounding like a moaning Jock, that one's only for England and Wales. The Scottish one's http://www.scotblood.co.uk/
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That's an eye opener indeed !

In many cases we only see the beauty of life, once we have to mis part of it.

For Belgium these links may get donation started:

Flemish region - www.bloedgevendoetleven.be

or via http://www.redcross.be/


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At the risk of sounding like a moaning Jock, that one's only for England and Wales. The Scottish one's http://www.scotblood.co.uk/
...bloody English...


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Wayne, great article, hope you're doing well at the moment. (and in the future)

For those who don't wish to be regular donors (i.e. donate every 56 days as acceptable) it's worth a thought to call the Red Cross and ask for their times of greatest need. Every donation is used and appreciated, but particularly if you have a rare bloodtype there may be seasons in which your donation is more likely to be used and will therefore do more good.


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Posted Friday, October 30, 2009 5:54 AM
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I want to especially encourage anyone who is CMV Negative to give as often as you can.

FYI a large portion of the adult population (at least in the US) are CMV carriers, and it doesn't affect us. However, CMV can be deadly to young children or anyone with a weakened immune system. CMV Negative donors, like Type O Negative donors, are especially in demand.

I also want to encourage current donors to inquire about Double Red donations because it helps more patients.

Good luck Wayne! I hope you are better soon!

Best regards,

Dave Fulton
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