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    Just edited my profile, check back.
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    Thanks for answering
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    I see your from Wisconsin, me too! Hope you have a nice Thanksgiving!
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    Hello My Dearest,
    My name is Miss cythia, I came across your contact as i was searching for good friend, A friend who truly understand his or her friend and share their feelings together. please kindly accept my request, I believe that distance can never be a barrier but let's love connect us because love is a bridge that connected far distance to beclose to each other. I will send my pictures to you immediately i receive your reply.(
    yours In Love,
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    Sue, I just noticed that you are involved with research in Maryland. Is there any danger of banning embryonic cell research? Can you fanything on what research is being done and when something can happen for the treaqtment? thanks for your efforts;

    keeping on
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    Hello Sue - I am new to CCC as of today and want to familiarize myself with some of the site's functions. I like the name, Quest. Sounds intriguing. Is there a link to a descriptor of this group? Thanks. Have a good one. -Lynn
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    Hi Susie -- I am 99% sure I found the right girl? my Mom, Irene & I (Pat) met you & your husband on the Celebrity cruise. Merry Christmas - Happy New Yr! I am leaving for Michigan today - leaving 80 degree's for 20? I got cute photo's.... Pat
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About Sue Pendleton

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About Sue Pendleton
Date of injury (NA if not spinal-injured)?:
May 25, 1992 C6/7 incomplete sensory and motor.
Wisconsin USA
Jill of all trades
Running, walking, dancing, anything but sitting down!
Retired as Chair of the Maryland SCI Research Fund in January of 2012.
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Disclaimer: Answers, suggestions, and/or comments do not constitute medical advice expressed or implied and are based solely on my experiences as a SCI patient. Please consult your attending physician for medical advise and treatment. In the event of a medical emergency please call 911.


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