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LETTERS: MRI wait time takes its toll

Editor:

Re: A family’s frustration, May 1.

My family is so disappointed at the long MRI wait time that Paige Jamieson has been given.

She is the sportiest girl we know. She is taking the news like a real trooper. She still laughs hearty and smiles that big beautiful smile. But there is a sadness that wasn’t there before. We take her to the pool now, but it’s not the same.

She needs to run around and compete again with her softball and soccer teams.

At a time of life when too many girls have long left sport behind, Paige has goals. Pun intended!

We’ll send her parents a brown bill to be put toward private care. Get well soon, Paige!

Lisa Parker and Jordan & Avalon Shaw, Surrey

 

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