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johan wepener
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by johan wepener » Mon 11 Nov 2013, 09:41

I do not know how to thank each of you for the inspiring words and

I will show this to Junior. Your contribution will play a big roll

in uplifting him.

One just cannot believe the impact of such an incident on his

familyhome let alone himself.

Again, thank you. Your words are highly appreciated.

I will in due time keep you posted.

regards

Johan
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by ZA Perana » Mon 11 Nov 2013, 09:53

I will be sending positive thoughts Juniors way, not only for him but also his family in this difficult time.

Please keep us updated.
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by neresh » Mon 11 Nov 2013, 12:00

Thats really sad, prayers are with you Junior.
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by zahistorics » Tue 12 Nov 2013, 01:46

I think when/if 'Junior' feels up to it meeting some of the petrolheads here and seeing some of their interesting cars would be great medicine to lift his spirits.

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Post by Billy_the_Kid » Tue 12 Nov 2013, 07:31

Junior you are in our prayers the Lord Almighty already took over and he will drive you back to health and happiness - good luck son and stay strong.

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Re: JUNIOR

Post by 72XYGT » Tue 12 Nov 2013, 13:52

Thanks for posting this. Afterall we should be there for each other, no matter what!
To Junior and his family you are all in my thoughts and prayers. As Ters said, The Master Mechanic knows what He is doing, trust in Him.
All the best and please keep us posted on his progress.

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alvin chetty
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by alvin chetty » Tue 12 Nov 2013, 15:55

give him my regards and tell him if he wants to go for a ride around cape town, I will gladly take him in one of my cars
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by johan wepener » Tue 12 Nov 2013, 18:08

Once again--thank you so much for all your contributions.

Junior will read your messages in due course.

His treatment has been formulated/determined today.

He is living in Kleinmond.

Twice per week he will have to attend to a hospital in Cape Town. The

one day (for instance a Monday ) he will receive chemo by way of lumbar

injection in his spine. The second day(for instance the Thursday) he will

undergo several tests and bloodsamples will be taken and they will then

evaluate his condition. He will receive blood transfusion only as when needed.

This treatment is scheduled to last two and a half years.The first six months

is intended to stable/normalise his condition and thereafter his condition will

be 'maintained'. As I understand,the first six months will be a severe challenge because

the treatment robs the patient off all energy etc etc.

He is to loose all hair shortly. His father promissed to shave his own hear

to the skin in support of Junior.

Junior will most probably not participate in further matric exams.

The doctor is possitive that if all goes well and Junior stays positive

that he can be healed completly.

Regards

Johan
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kavesh
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by kavesh » Tue 12 Nov 2013, 18:15

All the best to Junior and his family. They are in our thoughts and prayers.

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Re: JUNIOR

Post by 73Ranchero » Tue 12 Nov 2013, 21:59

Best regards to Junior. Lost my brother to cancer and I understand the fear and feelings the family are facing. He's in my prayers too. I will also shave my hair in support. Post pick of his dad with shaven hair and I will do same. Did that when I shaved my bro's hair too.
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