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Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2000 - 1:56am
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Tina -- Thanks for the info. I do consider ourselves lucky in that Grant's first reaction was life threatening but happened when we were able to deal with quickly and with excellent medical care. It would have been worse to have had a mild reaction and just assumed it would always be that way - Now we are informed and prepared. Stay safe, Nina.



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