Hey there! I would like to share my story with you and then ask for your help.
I was diagnosed with Lyme disease around age 9 and then later got mononucleosis in eighth grade when I was about 13. When I was 14 years old, I was told I had chronic fatigue syndrome. Then, 4 years ago at 19 years of age, I was nearly bedridden and told I had fibromyalgia. It's been a long journey ever since.
Both my mother and sister have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia and only just recently have we been seeing an integrative health doctor who seems very promising.
I am being ambitious in trying to raise $15,000 for intravenous glutathione treatments in 47 days. I've had 5 already and they are really helping, but aren't covered by insurance.
This is the address to my campaign page: http://igg.me/p/315896/x/2146917 I would truly appreciate anything you can do. And maybe check out glutathione. It just might help you like it's helping me!
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