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October 26th, 2006

09:51 am - If you have tears, prepare to shed them now
If you're the praying kind, please pray for my nephew, Nat.
Noach ben Bruriah Moshit
If you're the Tehillim saying kind, his Psalm is Psalm 4.

Thank you.
Current Mood: scaredscared
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04:46 pm - you're what I've been waiting for
visit with the nutritionistCollapse )
Thanks for all the well-wishes for Nat. I haven't heard anything yet and I don't know what tests they're running today. Yesterday they ran 2 CAT scans presumably after a neurological exam. Brian told Dad that Nat had a CAT scan at 7months (although no idea why) and there was nothing there then. That doesn't give me the warm fuzzies. But what about this did does. Anyway, I'll keep ya'll posted.

In today's Torah reading, the dove left the ark, but found no place to settle and returned to the ark.
Current Mood: lethargiclethargic
Current Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber - Finale: Any Dream Will Do/Give Me My Coloured Coat

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05:26 pm - Voice Post: (rough transcription)
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“I said I would provide an update when I have one. I just spoke to my Dad. Nat had an MRI, he's coming around now. They are going to operate tomorrow. It's at the back of his head, .... It is in his cerebellum and is pressing on his spine which is what's been causing the dizziness. It's about the size of a walnut, I think, about half the size of his cerebellum and it's in a fairly decent accessible location, so they think they can get most of it tomorrow. It will be about a 3 hour surgery, probably start about 1:00. And then, if they don't get all of it then they'll use chemotherapy to shrink down the rest. They should have the results of the biopsy around Monday. Again, thank you guys so much for being there. Bye”

Transcribed by: kyttn

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