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  • For Patricia and you; thank you both for the encouraging words. This surgery was delayed too long in hopes that we could get her an artificial disc. We researched it to the nth degree. I found the one Neuro in Maine that would do it (Ecker); and he determined that there were two levels involved and would not do a two level artificial disc procedure. He did do the surgery and we are pleased (plate, screws and epoxy). She has had the usual swallowing difficulty and her taste is messed up. There was no collar ordered, and encouraged too exercise to her limit.

    She was backed over by a contractor in May as he parked his truck and knocked her down, totally blind siding her. So there has been a litany of other professionals involved. It's a good thing I'm retired as this has turned into a full time occupation.

    God bless...
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