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DATE: 2 MAY 2017
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Saturday, July 19, 2008

Join me in 20JUL08 Conference Call: Parenting a BO Sufferer

Our bi-weekly Conference Call Coordinator, Cabel Hall, asked me if I wanted to discuss my experiences in parenting a BO sufferer in our next conference call to be held on July 20, 2008.

In light of the strong response to the recent posts in MSN regarding whether to have children as a result of a BO genetic condition, and my post of my experiences as a parent of a BO sufferer, I think this would be a very interesting topic of discussion for us to have. So, do join me this Sunday to explore this tremendous part of our lives. I’ll be looking forward to it.

In addition to telling my story of what has worked and hasn't worked for my son and me, I invite you to bring your own personal experiences as sons/daughters, as potential parents being sufferers yourselves with fears and anxieties regarding passing this malady to your children, and/or your personal experiences as parents of children with BO.

María (mpdela)

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