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- Joined: Mon Oct 03, 2005 6:24 pm
- Location: Sonoma, Ca
Read a letter on Gita bike that Dario has found out he has cancer. I send my best wishes.
I had just placed a order for a bike from him, my dealer told me that Dario was going for treatment but would be back building bikes when he feels better.
I hope that he gets better.
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- Location: Los Angeles=Hills, Smog
That's terrible to hear. Don't know him but have known people with cancer. Hope he is able to work through it.
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- Location: slo ca.
best wishes to an amazing artisan.
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- Location: Seattle, Wa
Adam Hansen wrote:Sponsors should not have to go, its the doped riders that should be shot instead, in the knee caps would be nice.
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Be strong and get well soon Dario!
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Best thoughts and hopes to Dario and all his friends and relatives.
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- Joined: Mon Jan 12, 2004 12:32 pm
- Location: HULLGARIA UK
I hope he gets well soon. In a world of mass production he's one of the people who stand out for individuality. My best wishes.
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Does anybody have any news on how Dario is doing?
I haven't seen anything since the original communication about his diagnosis with lymphoma
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It is very sad to hear this, what an inspiring note from Dario as well. It is amazing how much grace and strength people in this type of situation can muster. My wife's sister died from aggressive breast cancer when she was 37 (a few years ago). I hope Dario gets well soon.
Wouldn't it be nice if people actually read what you wrote before responding?