DOMINIC


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DOMINICDistributed Open Messaging Interface Network of Small and Medium Sized Industries-oriented Centres
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Dominic, of Low Fell in Gateshead, is one of only a handful of children in the world diagnosed with disseminated leptomeningeal glioneuronal tumour.
In the first programme, Dominic and the team come to the aid of pensioner Betty Hall and her son Trevor, whose house resembles a building site.
An emergency ambulance blue-lighted Dominic to GNCH and he was taken straight to the Paediatric Oncology Unit where he spent the night on oxygen.
Stacey, who campaigns through the Dominic Rodgers Trust, said: "I came up with the idea for the day when I was thinking about how to celebrate Dominic's birthday, which was on April 20.
With twenty years of development history, and a blue-chip customer base in the German-speaking countries, DomiNIC was earlier owned by Dominic GmbH.
Dominic, a 535-bed hospital, launched its telemedicine program last year with REACH Health, a leading supplier of enterprise telemedicine software.
Dominic, aged 23, of Eastern Green, suffered a two-minute electric shock as he reached for the guitar and microphone during a soundcheck.
Before the final, Dominic, 47, admitted: "Her schedule has been really full-on.
Dominic, pictured, says: "I can't remember a time when I haven't been fascinated by nature.
Mr Fitzherbert went on to explain how he then saw stocky Dominic, a former rugby player, disappear headfirst over the landing.
It is thought Dominic arrived at the painter's home in Bridlington, Yorkshire, after attending a party on Saturday and watching Wales beat England in the Six Nations decider.