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Sending healing prayers to Laura and thank you for sharing your story. 💚

Laura was a vibrant and adventurous young woman. She attended high school in Connecticut and started to get sick. She is now 31 years old and has spent over $100.000.00 of savings on specialists and treatment for Lyme disease.

When all her doctors gave up on her, she went to the Mayo Clinic. "It wasn't the best experience" says Laura.

She has not talked to her father in over 1 year because he doesn't believe in Lyme Disease. Laura is now saving up for treatment in Germany. We wish you well.

Chronic Lyme is REAL. 💚

Also check out comments. People around the world KNOW how DEVESTATING Lyme disease can be.
The chronic deniers, the CDC, the IDSA and doctors not properly trained in Tick Borne Diseases are responsible for so much unnessary sufferring. This shows promise;

[ 02-18-2019, 08:27 PM: Message edited by: Bartenderbonnie ]

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