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August 20, 2003

Get well, Leander

Indian doubles specialist Leander Paes has been diagnosed with a lesion in the left occipital region of the brain. On Wednesday morning, doctors transferred him to the M D Anderson Cancer Centre, Orlando, Florida, where an expert medical team has been assembled. At this time, multiple tests are being conducted to determine the specific cause of this lesion. The results are expected within a few days, during which time Paes will remain in hospital. A brain tumour has not been ruled out.

Let's all wish Paes a speedy recovery.

Related reports:

- Paes is stable: Orlando hospital chief

-  'Leander feeling much better'

- Paes hospitalised with brain lesion

 

Get well, Leander


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Sub: Get well , Leander

Dear Leander, Looking forward to see you on the court. If you happen to read this letter tell you father about . We played hockey ...


Posted by Abraham Tharakan





Sub: best wishes for early recovery

dear leander, get well soon. best wishes from all indians here in uk and from back home. as a doctor couple we can tell you ...


Posted by anupama and sathish





Sub: Dear Paes Get well soon

Dear Mr.Paesji, I wish you a very quick and speed recovery. Get well soon. -Murali Nethi (Virginia,USA)


Posted by Murali Nethi





Sub: Leander, God is great

Not only me, the entire nation praying for your good health. Wish you a speedy recovery from the present illness. All the best and wishing ...


Posted by sudhakar





Sub: Wish u a speedy recovery

Hi Lee, I am sure U ll soon comeback and will bring more medals for India in Athens. Balaji


Posted by Balaji




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