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I was up at the Cleveland Clinic last Thursday and Friday for some blood tests and a CAT Scan. The results are in: The doctor said that for now "no treatment is needed." He’ll do another scan in six months. So, I am OK! And fifty pounds lighter, remembering to take my pills, can’t eat anything that tastes good, no cigarettes, no alcohol, but I’m OK, no surgery is needed and I am almost at full strength. Walked by my bike this morning and thought about dusting it off… not yet, but now I know I can. Thanks to everyone for your good wishes.

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Hi, Peter! I have been wheat-free, gluten-free, sugar-free and yeast-free for three years now. Not being able to have a glass of a good red wine has been hard to take. I’ve got some great recipes and a cookbook from chef Karen Barnaby in Vancouver who has done quite well for over a decade without refined sugar and bread. No one said we had to like it but we can get around it. Keep up the good work!

I’m so glad to hear you’re doing well Dr. Schramm! Keep it up!

Peter, as a gesture of solidarity, I offer to double my alcohol intake on your behalf.


But I am also very happy to hear your recovery continues apace. Cheers!

Enjoy the rice-cakes and celery sticks, pencil-neck. (Sorry for breaking my promise!)

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