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Mature discussion surrounding important health issues and concerns. Alternative therapies, healthcare questions, discussion of community resources, peer support help, group therapy, etc.

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Old 02-01-2016, 08:02 PM   #1
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Help a long time friend beat AML(Acute myeloid leukemia)

ill make this short but sweet.

We are trying to raise money to send a long time friend to USA to give him a second chance of life.

He is 24 years old and has AML, exhuasted all options in canada and has to head south for further treatment.

if you have anything to spare it is greatly appreciated!

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Imagine you are 24, diagnosed with one of the most aggressive blood cancers, have already spent your savings (what little you have at 24), and had to quit your job 6 months ago due to your illness. You've moved 3 times in the last 4 months to get medical care and you were just told that there is no additional medical care left for you in Canada. You have to leave your home and your family to get care in another country at your own expense in order to have any hope at a viable treatment. That is the story of my courageous husband, Brandon. This is why we desperately need your help.

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