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Posted on: Mon, 09/27/1999 - 11:39am
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Posted on: Sat, 10/23/1999 - 5:31am
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p[url="http://www.cgocable.net/~cmr/hapg"]www.cgocable.net/~cmr/hapg[/url] is the web site for the Halton Anaphylactic Parents Group. The web site has the location and dates of the next meeting as well as links to helpful organizations in Canada./p
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Posted on: Sat, 10/30/1999 - 6:00am
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pAfter 5 years of talking about it I am going to do IT. For the past 5 years many of the people in Kingston whom I have spoke with who have children with peanut and nut allergies have been saying we need a support group.br /
Our 1st meeting will be November 24th(Wed.)1999 at The Ongwanada Resource Centre on Portsmouth Ave. Kingston, ON./p

Posted on: Thu, 02/03/2000 - 11:35am
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pThe Kingston and Area Lifethreatening Allergy Parent Support Group is going great. We have had 3 meeting to date. We meet the 4th Wed. of the month. Please contact me for more info./p
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Karalot/p

Posted on: Wed, 02/09/2000 - 7:28am
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pFYI: McMaster University Alumni Association presents Allergy Alert! Allergies on the rise. What is happening? Why have allergies become a potentially fatal threat? Three of Hamilton's most prominent allergists will discuss the facts of life-threatening allergy to nuts and other foods, latex, medication and insect sting. Featured speakers: Dr. J. Greenbaum, M.D., F.R.C.P. (C) Assistant Clinical Professor, Medicine, St. Joseph's Hospital; Dr. S. Waserman, M.D., F.R.C.P. (C) Assistant Professor, Medicine, McMaster Medical Centre; Dr. P. Keith, M.D., F.R.C.P. (C), Assistant Professor, Medicine, McMaster Medical Centre. MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2000 @7:00 P.M. McMaster University Health Sciences Centre, Room 1A1. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. $5.00 per person. To register phone 905-525-9140 #23900 or fax 905-524-1733 or email [email]alumni@mcmaster.ca[/email] or register online at [url="http://www.mcmaster.ca/ua/alumni."]www.mcmaster.ca/ua/alumni[/url] . No tickets mailed in advance and no perfume at lecture please./p
p[This message has been edited by Kathryn (edited February 09, 2000).]/p
p[This message has been edited by Kathryn (edited February 09, 2000).]/p

Posted on: Wed, 05/17/2000 - 9:53am
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pThe Hamilton area Anaphylaxis Action Network will meet next on May 26, 2000 at 7pm at the Lung Association office at 502 Concession Street. Our meetings are free, open to everyone with an interest in anaphylaxis and always informative and interesting. I hope to see you there./p

Posted on: Thu, 05/25/2000 - 12:56am
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pJust a reminder to Hamilton Ontario area persons that our support group meets tonight. I hope to see you there./p

Posted on: Thu, 05/25/2000 - 5:27am
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pTonight? ..or tommorow night?/p

Posted on: Fri, 05/26/2000 - 6:28am
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pForgive me for the wrong date. It is tonight, Friday May 26./p

Posted on: Tue, 07/18/2000 - 1:45am
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pAnyone know of a support group in Mississauga???/p
pI used to go to the Etobicoke meetings, but would really like to attend one in my own area./p
pAny Mississaugians out there - maybe we need to make our own???/p
pKind regards,/p

Posted on: Fri, 03/23/2001 - 2:03am
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pThe Hamilton, Ontario Anaphylaxis Action Network support group meets tonight, March 23, at 7 p.m. at the Lung Association offices at 502 Concession Street. Hope to see you there. The meeting is free and open to all./p

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