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Subject: It's not unusual for a 95 year old man to fall, but it's happened twice in a short time

he really needs to have caregivers or significantly scale back his public appearances. He's getting exhausted.
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Date Posted: Tuesday, October 22, 10:01:46am
In reply to: (NT) 's message, "This could be serious. He is a incredible man. Don't they have caregivers with them especially at such an advanced age? Best to him..." on Tuesday, October 22, 09:58:16am

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Isn't constant falling usually a sign of the beginning of the end for an elderly person? (NT).Tuesday, October 22, 11:06:22am

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