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Roger Ebert
This is Feeding Tube Awareness Week. It's the G-string that keeps on giving.
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Tom Brumpton 10 Feb 13
Replying to @ebertchicago
Bravo sir, bravo.
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Gary Griffin 10 Feb 13
Replying to @ebertchicago
Had one for 2 months after surgery; it was almost worse than the surgery itself. Almost.
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Cragtime 10 Feb 13
Replying to @ebertchicago
Very interesting. Will keep eyes/brain open for new ideas on this g-tube feeding process.
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Mollie Sheppard 11 Feb 13
Replying to @ebertchicago
: This is Feeding Tube Awareness Week. It's the G-string that keeps on giving.” I always call it my son's G spot. Great minds!
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MinMoon 11 Feb 13
Replying to @ebertchicago
we have a tubie in our house., thanks for bringing awareness to others this week!
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FeedingTubeAwareness 11 Feb 13
@peabody2020 Feeding Tube Awareness Week celebrates all types of feeding tubes!
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FeedingTubeAwareness 11 Feb 13
Replying to @mooneyequalsmc2
Please join us on our site and on Facebook. We are tubie parents too!
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FeedingTubeAwareness 11 Feb 13
Replying to @ebertchicago
Thank you for your support and raising awareness of tube feeding! Pls visit our FB page & website.
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FeedingTubeAwareness 11 Feb 13
@peabody2020 All brands - AMT, Mic-key, Bard, etc, and all types - Naso, Gastro, Jej. We don't discriminate!
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FeedingTubeAwareness 11 Feb 13
@peabody2020 It does become second nature pretty quickly, doesn't it?
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