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Mark (Flag) Braintree

Out of Intensive Care Unit.

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mark i think you should print off all of the threads re your dad and keep them. what a remarkable journey and experience. all the lows and now the highs.

 

its things like this that when your a bit down with work or your team losing (as we all do) you can read and will bring a smile back to your face.

 

i have been fascinated by this story and im really pleased you have a happy ending.

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You are one amazing family and deserve to have come out on top. I wish you, the rest of your family and, of course, your Dad all the best for the future.

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Its been very interesting following your dads medicle updates and it is great that he is getting on with things now and is out of hospital.

When we play Braintree come and make yourself known to us so that we can put a face to the name

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I was wondering how the digestion of amino acids takes place. It was a long time since I was at school, but I remember being taught that enzymes in the stomach break down proteins into the constituent amino acids, which are then used to build the proteins which the human body needs. What happens instead if there is a tube instead of a stomach?

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Thats great news. Glad to hear he's in rehab close to home (dont your folks live in sarfend?)

My best wishes go to you and your family and lets hope the improvements continue.

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Sorry Colin, I forgot to ask today, I will ask in the week, my Dad in the rehab place looks so good, things at Rehab are great.

 

Maladroit, none of the parties you mentioned though, demensha (maybe spelt wrong) beds on the ground floor, my Dad and the hospital rehab patients on the 1st Floor. Unless the parties are on the ground floor, and they all forgot. <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

 

 

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[sp - dementia ? ]

 

Probably just as well, as I'm sure your Dad needs some rest and relaxation after his ordeal.

It might just be the type of rehab wards I've been on, Mark. They have been orthopaedic ones, which might make a bit of difference.

 

Glad to hear your Dad's looking well and improving. All the Best!

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Congratulations to your dad for a very brave battle which he has hopefully won.lets hope the future for you all is good for many more years to come, not every one gets a second chance with cancer, so lets all hope he grabs it with both hands. good luck... <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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Cheers Upfleet and everyone else who has posted kind words.

 

I am sure he will take advantage of the 2nd chance he has, he only found out last week and understood how close he came to dying.

 

(We all knew, but they, the Surgeon and her team felt he was ready for the truth last week)

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