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When We Redefined Success...

In 2017, my husband Tyson and I had returned from our long hospital stay with a rare disease diagnosis for our daughter.The only treatment they had was a mixture of vitamins and enzymes to boost energy.I felt totally deflated.How could vitamins possibly do much of anything to prolong her life or promote her health?I didn’t take them myself because I took a health class in college that taught us that most people didn’t need them and just peed them right out. However, to our surprise, within a week of returning home, Thea was WALKING for the first time.Suddenly, our physical therapist was working on getting her to walk longer distances instead of trying to get her to walk at all.We were thrilled.Could the vitamins really be doing this?  How else could we explain such a jump in progress?  To top it off, Sammy, the one other child we knew with Tango2 disease, had the same success with the cocktail so we began to hope.

Now that Thea was stronger and walking on her own, the physical therapist…

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