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PostSubject: In-patient   8/10/2013, 21:52

As a child in the early 50s i had my tonsils and adenoids removed at BMH Wuppertal. In those days it was a week in hospital on a diet of jelly and ice cream, mashed potatoe, carrot & swede and other soft dishes. Today, I believe, treatment is a bag of crisps and out the same day. The children's ward had a lounge with3-piece suites but in miniature.
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