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    Default It's a Miracle!

    I quit playing fretted instruments, ukulele, banjo and guitar, in Febuary because of multiple large sores appearing on my hands. Granuloma Annulare. Doctors told me that it would take years to clear up.

    In the meantime, I went to the Cleveland Clinic to deal with another, much more serious disease. At the clinic I was infused with a drug called Rituximab. TaDa! The sores have mostly clearedup. I don't know if this recovery is temporary or permanent. I had sold off most of my instruments, including a Mo'Bettah. I kept a Kamaka tenor and a Fluke tenor.

    Last night , I played the Kamaka and fell back in love with it.

    It's a Miracle!

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    So glad for the good news for you!
    - Laura

    Sopranino - Vintage 1930's Camp Uke (Birch)
    Soprano - Koaloha Opio (Sapele), Martin OXK (HPL), Brueko No. 2 (Maple), Kala ASOV -S (Spruce/Ovangkol), Vintage 40's Silvertone (Mahogany), Vintage 50's Harmony (Birch), Zither Heaven (1 Black Walnut & 1 Cherry), First Act Discovery (Plastic)
    Concert - Luna (Spruce top)
    Tenor - Outdoor Ukulele (Composite Polycarbonate), Mainland (Mahogany)

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    That's wonderful news John!
    -Hodge
    Humble strummer of fine ukes.

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    Good for you, hopefully you're cured - enjoy your playing.
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

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    Hope it keeps working for your.
    I am the best ukulele player on my block!

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    John - glad to hear you are able to and back playing again!

    I will raise a glass to your continued health improvements --
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    Great news...nothing like a uke to soothe the soul.

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    That's fantastic news John! I am very happy for you.

    Just think, now you can buy more ukuleles again! .......

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    So very happy for you, John, and wishing you continued joy with those ukes in days to come! Linda

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    Glad to hear the wonderful news. Keep on uke'in'

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