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Posted on: Sun, 03/21/1999 - 12:13pm
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There is a committee within our support group that is working on a mentor type of program for parents of children newly diagnosed with anaphylaxis. It is difficult to remember what would have been most helpful at this "fresh" stage. (I am not looking for any medical type questions as this is only for a support group setting.) What could/did another parent share with you that would be most helpful in this frightening stage? Would it be preferable to have one same contact person every week or to have a different person call each time? Is once a week a reasonable length of time?

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