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posted Oct 25, 2013, 1:44 PM by Jen Liese   [ updated Oct 25, 2013, 2:24 PM ]
Since my last post, although mentality and spirits have been positive, the neurological, pulmonary, immunological, and overall physical symptoms have been increasing in both frequency, and intensity by the day.  In a nutshell: I've been experiencing unprovoked, sudden onset paralysis, tremors, facial tremors and paralysis, and the inability to put on foot or one word after the other.  Despite efforts, it has become more difficult to breathe while performing minor tasks, like walking across the room and going upstairs. 

The National Institutes of Health has my medical information and is reviewing it.  The program will pass it along if/when they see a study that I can fit into.

With these ever worsening symptoms, my only hope in effectively killing all of the mold, diagnosing and treating the neurological and pulmonary conditions lies in getting to see a physician in Walter Reed Medical Center who we hope has not only the experience but the resources to do what it takes.  The physician is working from the inside for a special waiver which will allow me, as a non service member, to be treated.  As the patient, I have been informed that I will need a special waiver from the Secretary of the Navy granting permission for treatment in the facility. 

After recent events and appointments, I have been informed that I need to eradicate the toxic mold from my body and stop the progressive damage to my neurological and pulmonary systems.  Without these immediate interventions, a full recovery looks dim. 

Thank you to all my warriors!  Love, prayers and positive vibes to each and every one of you!


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