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Old 08-10-2011, 08:37 AM #16 (permalink)
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Brendon, I am 53 and have an 18 year old daughter. The best thing you can do for your mom is let her see that she raised a happy, healthy, a d kind child. There are many research trials going on that show promise, so don't give up hope. I will keep you, your mom and your family in my prayers.
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I'll say prayers tonight for you and your whole family. God Bless - MJ
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i am praying for you and your family your story touched my heart hang in there and just be grtaeful for the days that you have with your mom make them memorable this disease is uncurable and the only way to make each day a pleasant one is spend as much time as you can and just laugh as much as you can its hard but we must do what we can to help them feel like better living in the moment so laughter is the best medicine some times and helps them take there mind off their disease. God bless you and your family
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