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Andie333
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I was just watching today's Dr. Phil show. In the last segment, Larry King's wife was on, talking about mistakes she's made as a Mom.

Anyway, at some point, they showed Larry King and his wife together. He was wearing a bracelet that I would have sworn was Lyme green.

Anybody know anything about this?

I know a number of people on this board talked about emailing him a few months ago. Maybe it made some sort of difference.

It seemed that the show had been taped fairly recently, since there were references to Christmas.

The Lyme-green bracelet was pretty cool to see!

Andie

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I hope it was for Lyme!

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Depending on show topic, we watch Larry 2-4 times a week.....I'll keep watching for this now.

Saw another GREEN bracelet lately with HOPE on only; can't remember which cause it was for!
darn lyme memory!!

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I hope it is for lyme too. I did participate in a fund raiser in the summer for organ transplants. They used green bracelets that say donate life.
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Andie333
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May have just been wishful thinking on my part.

I was so excited to see that flash of green, though!

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When I've worn my green (Lyme) ribbon pin EMS personel have inquired about, what they called, my organ transplant pin.

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Lime green is also for eye cancer.
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quote:
Originally posted by vitch:
When I've worn my green (Lyme) ribbon pin EMS personel have inquired about, what they called, my organ transplant pin.

Just keep in mind that none of us should donate organs.

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Too,
Thanks so much for that reminder; of course, I'm signed up to donate my organs...just like I dutifully gave blood a half dozen or more times before I was dx with Lyme!

Andie

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