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Bianca was diganosed with Mycoplasma Encephalitis & NO Doctor around here has ever delt with a case like hers. She was hospitalized for 3 months, couldn't walk,eat,drink, or talk for about 4-5 weeks. they threw every antibotic (antibiotic) & antibodies at her they could. Again nobody is giving us clear answers where & how long this will continue. Bianca is currently in out patient rehab 3 days a week for phsyical,speech, & ot. We live in PA about a hour north of Philly. We are searching for a doctor who might have had a case like hers to see/talk to.
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