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Scott Dunton, Diabetes at 16, and a Nationally Recognized Surfing Sensation at 21
Mar 27, 2008 | 
Why Am I Tripping Myself Up? Five Weeks in, and I Can't Wait for Out
Mar 19, 2008 | 
Five weeks ago I hurt my ankle. Really hurt it. I either tore a tendon or a ligament or had a severe stress fracture or something. Although I’ve been to my podiatrist twice now, the diagnosis is still unclear. The X-ray showed no break, and while the doc didn’t feel I needed an MRI, I figured that if my insurance paid for it, I did. I want to know we’re doing everything possible to get this fixed as quickly as possible (which already seems impossible after five weeks), because not walking is having several unpleasant effects on me:
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