On top of PTSD and divorce-related trauma, her tumor recently returned for the fourth time. She has two young kids, but is going to have yet another surgery and even more cancer treatment. Her therapist prescribed an emotional support animal, but it needs to be a hypoallergenic breed with a calm temperament. Those puppies are super expensive, but I know firsthand how much animals can save lives and raise spirits. Please consider donating to help them bring Magic home!
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Twenty-two is quite a young age to be worrying about cancer and its repercussions.
Unfortunately, Jessica Mackenzie tested positive for the CDH1 mutation. After doctors discovered malignant cells in her stomach, she underwent a total gastrectomy on November 8th, 2012. Jess is a senior English major at Virginia Tech, and her blog offers personal, realistic insights concerning this very serious subject. It features rants and musings about Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer’s world-shattering impact. One blog post successfully purges her angst for about a month.
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