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THROUGH CHALLENGE and Lyme Disease

A PROUD DAY

 WOW, Linda and I at www.throughchallenge.com were called to a home by www.ahope4lyme.com about 1 1/2 years ago. We found a family stressed out, all looked very tired. Their voices were tense and fearful. They were losing a battle with their teenager. We listened for some time and I was convinced this was another missed case of Lyme disease and coinfections. Linda and I remained in contact as we helped the family develop a plan. We learn in the Lyme world that plans are made to be broken and reset often. The teenager has gone through some really serious psychiatric and neurologic issues. We were invited back yesterday after a lengthy conversation with mom on the phone. Wow, this teenager, even though the patient is stabilized with meds for now.
Linda and I went home with great pride that we could help them get their family back. We are confident that in time, this teen will do ok. So many out there will not make it, will take their life, or someone else's, because they were missed by the medical knowledge that has no clue. This is not the first we have been called to and will not be the last. This is a proud day.

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Jason Bravo on Monday, March 11, 2019 1:51 AM
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