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Re: [infoguys-list] Hepatitis "C" and Trauma

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  • James L. Williams
    How can you land on your stomach AND your side, unless your stomach is on your side or your side on your stomach? ... thoughts ...
    Message 1 of 4 , May 31 5:42 PM
      How can you "land" on your stomach AND your side, unless your stomach is on
      your side or your side on your stomach?

      At 07:37 PM 5/28/2002 EDT, you wrote:
      >Fellow Listmates: I have a potential client who tripped and fell, landing on
      >his stomach and side. He has Hepatitis "C." I am interested in your
      thoughts
      >as to whether trauma can exacerbate the disease in any way. Thank you in
      >advance. Warm Regards,
      >Lowell Steiger
      >Attorney at Law
      >8383 Wilshire Blvd. #830
      >Beverly Hills, California 90211
      >(323) 852-1100
      >(323) 852-1033 fax
      >
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