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  1. GregK
    05-22-2018 05:21 PM - permalink
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    Mich's post was approved with edits and lives here
  2. mich5
    05-22-2018 05:06 PM - permalink
    I submitted a thread on Friday with several links in it. It was regarding a new neck brace. Did it get lost? Should I resubmit it? Thanks.
  3. Voltzor
    05-12-2018 04:29 AM - permalink
    Hello best mike. I have been on this forum for a time. I must say you are an fantastic man. I am self in whaiting game for a dx. I really wish you the best of regards mike.
  4. shieldsee
    05-01-2018 07:28 AM - permalink
    The defective gas mask thing was classic. Request permission to borrow.
  5. ConcernedTeen
    04-29-2018 03:04 PM - permalink
    Hello. I would just like to say thank you for your message. You must be a great dad. Thanks
  6. MVFinVA
    04-19-2018 04:31 PM - permalink
    I read the memoriam thread about your wife's passing. Thank you for all you wrote, it helps. My husband and I are both veterans, 21 years Air Force. He was diagnosed May 2017 and also has FTD. My daughters and I have discussed it and we all feel that when he passes we would like to donate his brain for research. I am leaning towards the VA donation program, but I was wondering if you have any advice in this area.
    Thank you,
  7. Aswertido
    03-30-2018 10:11 AM - permalink
    Okey tnx I will do it!
  8. Aswertido
    03-30-2018 09:39 AM - permalink
    Hello again helpfull man! I just want to say that I went to my doctor and talked about my muscle twitching in my calfes that has been going on for 2 months. He just looked at me and laughed everything away and told me that its impossible for me to get this disease, just because Iam 25 years old with no family history of this disease. He gave me a medication (paraflex) to relax my muscles but they dont seem to help.. I dont know what to do and where to go from now. Can you give me some advice my friend?

    Tnx for your time
  9. Tedstehr
    02-18-2018 01:51 AM - permalink
    Mike, you are one of the stars of this forum - helping those who need your help the most!
    Wow, that is incredible you worked building Epcot. You must have a completely different view of the park than us tourists.
    We may have some time on the Wednesday morning before we head down south. We arrive on Apr 22nd, Epcot, Monday, AK Tuesday and then off. Do you live nearby? Please have patience if I don’t return your message right away. I am bad at getting involved with other stuff and not checking.

    I didn’t check this week because I did my last work trip last week and was in Salt Lake City and then Washington State near my house. It was gruelling even though I got wheelchairs through the airports. Strangely, I got very depressed after I returned. Maybe a manifestation of jet lag? Or exhaustion?
  10. Tedstehr
    02-12-2018 11:37 PM - permalink
    We are heading to your neck of the woods Mike! Two days at WDW then down to Miami to fly to Aruba. Do you think the weather will be good at the end of April or will it be hot already?

    Thanks Mike

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    What's your relationship with ALS/MND?
    I lost a loved one to ALS/MND.
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