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Tammy - United Kingdom
Hi everyone!My name is tammy I'm in my early 30s and have a rare condition called eosinophilic gastroenteritis. Whilst people may age and back in my teens it's been hard to admit that I'm not like anyone else.The condition takes all the things away that you once took for granted away from you.we are going through tests and procedures because to of my family members have this too. The professional ...
Andy - United Kingdom
My time associated to NETS The below story is my eleven years in full. This should hopefully explain the highs and lows during my time with NETS and the value of PRRT TREATMENT. Hello, Ladies and Gentlemen, very pleased to be here so I can tell my story and hopefully help with my information? My name is Andy Norris. Please, if you can bear with me as I cannot explain eleven years quickly but w...
Dustin - United States
Many people perceive one's senior year of high school to be a time in which teenagers are creating memories that will last a lifetime with friends they've had for the majority of their life; however, I was an outlier in this situation. During my senior year of high school, I was lying in a hospital bed, constrained by a feeding tube, and it was unclear if I would ever make a full recovery. The doc...
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