Keep Jim Kelly in your prayers!

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    Keep Jim Kelly in your prayers!

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/9336790/ex-buffalo-bills-qb-jim-kelly-battling-cancer-jaw

    i dont like how this sounds or could be going. cant say i'm shocked. he used to always have a full chew going on the sidelines and even seemed to have stuff in his mouth during the games. of course, some paid genius will soon refute any connection to tobacco and cancer. hope he doesnt end up like roger ebert. this unfortunately is often very fatal and extremely trying. i wish him well but would hope he has his affairs in order!

     
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    Re: Keep Jim Kelly in your prayers!

    Doesn't he have an autisticson also.

     
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    Re: Keep Jim Kelly in your prayers!

    In response to provpats' comment:

    Doesn't he have an autisticson also.



    i believe so.   Tough news.  thx for the tip commy

     
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    Re: Keep Jim Kelly in your prayers!

    His son does have autism

     

       

                
     
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    Re: Keep Jim Kelly in your prayers!

    From the article:

     "Kelly later founded the Hunter's Hope Foundation in honor of his son, Hunter, who was born in 1997 with Krabbe disease. That's an inherited degenerative disorder of the central and peripheral nervous systems. The disease hinders development of the myelin sheath, a fatty covering that protects the brain's nerve fibers.

    Given little more than three years to live, Hunter died at the age of 8 in 2005."

     

    -- my oldest is nearly 7 - I can't imagine

     
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    From the article:

     "Kelly later founded the Hunter's Hope Foundation in honor of his son, Hunter, who was born in 1997 with Krabbe disease. That's an inherited degenerative disorder of the central and peripheral nervous systems. The disease hinders development of the myelin sheath, a fatty covering that protects the brain's nerve fibers.

    Given little more than three years to live, Hunter died at the age of 8 in 2005."

     

    -- my oldest is nearly 7 - I can't imagine



    Thanks

     
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    Re: Keep Jim Kelly in your prayers!

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    From the article:

     "Kelly later founded the Hunter's Hope Foundation in honor of his son, Hunter, who was born in 1997 with Krabbe disease. That's an inherited degenerative disorder of the central and peripheral nervous systems. The disease hinders development of the myelin sheath, a fatty covering that protects the brain's nerve fibers.

    Given little more than three years to live, Hunter died at the age of 8 in 2005."

     

    -- my oldest is nearly 7 - I can't imagine



    do u remember Kelly's Canton acceptance speech? His little boy was there, in a rocker and obviously very sick and Kelly broke down when he mentioned his son and how his son's courage was an inspiration to him-very moving

     
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    [QUOTE]

     

    From the article:

     "Kelly later founded the Hunter's Hope Foundation in honor of his son, Hunter, who was born in 1997 with Krabbe disease. That's an inherited degenerative disorder of the central and peripheral nervous systems. The disease hinders development of the myelin sheath, a fatty covering that protects the brain's nerve fibers.

    Given little more than three years to live, Hunter died at the age of 8 in 2005."

     

    -- my oldest is nearly 7 - I can't imagine

     



    do u remember Kelly's Canton acceptance speech? His little boy was there, in a rocker and obviously very sick and Kelly broke down when he mentioned his son and how his son's courage was an inspiration to him-very moving

     

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    I don't.  but I'm going to look for it now

     

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