I am a senior citizen and I have a bad back from a car accident and deal with a variety of other disorders and syndromes. I have been offering advice at MedHelp for many years, but have reached the end of my ability to help any further. I got cancer a few years ago, a
[More]nd it took me all the way down. I can barely walk and soon will be in a wheelchair. I cannot think straight. And while I make the best of most situations, I have a hard time doing this "public" sort of thing. Instead, I'll stay closer to my family, the one thing that really matters in this short life we have. Thank you for this wonderous opportunity to share with otheres what I know. I have been blessed, particularly by the fine people who have thanked me for their health imiproving because of something I may have said. Gail
Just a quick note to say hi! I just read your response to a young lady and it was such a great response. You are a very kind, caring and compassionate women. No doubt the things you said will help her.
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