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Notes & Comments - September 19, 2007

Helping depressed students

by Don Kazak

The crowded auditorium at the University of California, San Francisco hushed when former Palo Alto Mayor Vic Ojakian began speaking last September.

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Posted by Susan, a resident of Leland Manor/Garland Drive
on Sep 19, 2007 at 10:16 am

Thank you, Don Kazak, for pointing out the ravages of this disease, and MOnica's plight.

Monica, I wish you the very, very best.

Perhaps this is the time for Stanford University or some other hospital to step in with a pro bono offering of help.

How about someone creating a fund to help with this surgery? I don't have the time, but would be happy to contribute if a fund was put in place.

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