A warm embrace to, clockwise from top left: Johnny Keenan, Vanessa Foran, Stephen Garland, Neil Curran (with Bugaboo pram), Olga Cronin and ‘Preposterous‘, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.
The show can be viewed in its entirety above.
Stephen spoke about his 15 years living in Barcelona. He also gave an update on fund raising for stem cell research for his PPMS.
Details on the ‘get that man a pint’ initiative mentioned by Stephen during the show can be reached here and here.
Meanwhile, Olga brought another dispatch from the Disclosures Tribunal and father incredibly-soon-to-be Neil rejoiced in the delight of the Bugaboo. Pram hipster.
A little swearing.
Previously: Broadsheet on the Telly
Everyone is smiling at the same time.
20 squid donated to Stephen.
One question, if Stephen reads… the go fund me has a goal of 70k. The pint Site has a goal of 50k. What’s the overall goal?
What’s the cost of the treatment? Any chance of reaching that by Jan? Are there better options than Russia? What are the potential side effects of the treatment? Will you have someone travel with you to help you get home?
MS sucks…hope you get the funding..sorry that was more than 1 question. :)
He’s going with his wife.
Someone didn’t listen…
Yes I didn’t ..not yet.
One more question actually.. is there any chance this treatment will be recognised as a standard treatment for those who want it/need it.. so that the HSE / insurance companies will fund it? Like at what point does a successful outcome from a treatment become available to everyone who needs it so you don’t have to go through the rigmarole of fundraising? Stem cell treatment works so why aren’t the HSE funding this..
That’s worded wrong..what I mean is at what point is a treatment”s efficacy deemed worthy of state investment? Cost wise I’m sure it’s cheaper than some drugs out there..
I can’t answer either form of that question.
I know..words with too many syllables huh. Luckily they’re not aimed at you. Moosie on there would you..
Moosie, moosey, mosey.
See what I just did?
You don’t half make it obviously who you are. Sad.
Anne, we’re going to need a proper sentence with conventional word use. And then we’ll go from there.
Talking gibberish now
And it’s ‘mosey’.
Fair play to you Anne. All relevant info can be found at http://www.stopmyppms.com
No probs… fingers crossed he gets the funding. I’ve since listened to the episode btw.. tis a bit of a joke that they don’t do stem cell treatment here for MS..since they do it already for other illnesses.
It was a tad tardy in getting underway. And that seems to have pushed memes over the edge. We may not see him again.
Until tomorrow at the very least
Now I feel dizzy. Are you me or am I you?
I’m both of you backwards
Are you the sound one?
sure you can never have enough B 2 B
That’s what I keep saying, Janet. But do they listen?!?
you can bring a horse to water brother
Memes certainly knows.
As do I. But I’m not telling…
Ah, no, Millie..
Poor Memes was certainly out of kilter, I was concerned and hope he makes a full recovery.
Mêmes dont go !
name that song
I saw him walking past Kehoe’s yesterday afternoon
bangs imaginary piano ;)
but can you play the piano barefoot?
If it’s a deal breaker ?
call me twinkle toes
would ya look at yer man drooling over the fancy yummy Mummy buggy
feckin thing probably comes with a matching yoga mat