I am doing a school project (Keep chemical stuff away from children) and I am trying to connect with some sick children's parents in order to make more people support my idea, because of it, I am writing this letter to you.[br> During my research, I konw a lot of new thing, and I realize how serious the problem is. I already did some thing for this, I created a blog(Rachelprotectschildrenhealth.wordpress.com) and wrote letter to local government. I want to show my idea to you cause I agree with you, and I also want to know some imformation from you about the hramful chemicals. I just want to let you know that you are not alone. There are many people like me that have the same ideas like you. If you have some time, could you please tell me about your story? Did you connect to the media or government at that time? What did the hospital say, if anything? How were you treated and how did you feel? It is my pleasure if you can tell me more about your story, and this is my email: firstname.lastname@example.orgView Thread
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