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Hello Mister Hodgkins



NO SMOKING, NO PARKING, WASH HANDS

“Would you like a wee cuppa tea?”

SWOLLEN GLANDS, PUSH, PROD

“And sure what about a wee biscuit?”

BIOPSY THIS ONE, SURGICAL STRIKE

“Isn’t it a terrible day?”

CELLS IRREGULAR, INFORMATION SAME

“Have you ever seen a Summer like it?”

NEEDLES IN, BLOOD OUT, CLOT AND COUNT

“That’s a nice jumper, where did you get it?”

STERN FACES, SAT DOWN, CHEMO CALLED

“See you next Wednesday Gerry”

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  1. Date: 11/14/2010 7:00:00 AM

    Words of a strong experience, well told. raskin

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