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Old 11-19-2020, 12:29 PM #81
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Just updating that I did check in with mrsD's hubby and sadly nothing has changed. She remains in the longterm care facility, is conscious but not really cognizant
It is so hard for me to imagine that brilliant mind not functioning at warp speed, the way she always did.
But it does appear she is being very well cared for and is peaceful.
He also shared some pics of her beloved cats with me and they are looking content as well.

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Thank you for the update, and yes hard to believe about Mrs. D and all she gave to the group and many more I'm sure.
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Hi. I have been a member of NeuroTalk for a very long time but I havnít been active due to other major medical issues.
mrsD has been a part of my PN journey since I had my first symptoms in 2011. Until now, I still take the Stabilized Alpha Lipoic Acid everyday. She has been so generous and kind tall those who asked questions.

I hope mrsD is not in pain.

Would somebody be kind to update me/us the status of mrsD? Will appreciate it.

Thank you.
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Hi and thanks for checking in on MrsD
At last contact, her husband indicated there was no change in her condition at the longterm care facility.

We all miss her so very much
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