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Don't laugh.  I'm in trouble.

About two weeks ago, I suddely became stupid.  Not as in, I became a Republican.  But I became unable to solve sudoku puzzles.  Reading a book: neary impossible.  

So, I went to the doctors.  Many tests later, at a prestigious teaching hospital, I'm supposed to be ok.  Only thing is, all the tests are fine, the doctors think I'm wasting their time, I suppose.  

I am not fine.  I have lucid intervals, then I can't remember how to work a telephone.  By the time I can work the telephone, I am said to be fine.  

I had cancer, but by good fortune I was cured.  Two kind of chemo, then radiation.  All this was over more than three months ago, with follow ups negative.

More follow-ups next week.

I'm just interested:  does anyone else have any light to shed on this?

I've been devotedly eating green stuff, walking a couple of miles a day when weather permits.

It took me quite a while to write this note.  

Any clue would be appreciated.  By the way, that is a very hard word to spell.

Started out a good while ago.  Doing well at the moment.


Originally posted to willb48 on Fri Mar 12, 2010 at 09:13 PM PST.


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