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hedgehog was posted 05/29/2012 04:01 pm by Janet
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Sloan has a hedgehog trial but she wasn't sure she could get Bill in on time. I couldn't even find the trial on the website. I've already requested his medical records be sent to Columbia who will review and then call us. I like the idea of the hedgehog method. I think that will be the way of the future. Amazing. Glad you are doing so well. As for peripheral neuropathy, Bill has had that for 10 years since his injury at 9/11. He had a discectomy in 1999 and had titanium screws in his neck . On 9/11 a huge table hit him in the head and broke the screws in his neck. Three surgeries later (none less than 12 hours each) he can't feel his feet or toes but who cares, he can walk! So we're not worried about neuropathy. Thanks thanks thanks again....

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