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Tips for families of those recently diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome. 

I receive so many emails from concerned family members of people that have been diagnosed with GBS, pleading for me to give them advice on how to deal with this. I experienced firsthand what their family has gone through; my … Continue reading

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The Aftermath – My residuals from GBS and how they affect my life

My residuals from GBS and how they affect my life It’s been 5 years since my life changing experience with Guillain-Barre syndrome. Given the severity of my case (only about 30% of GBS patients end up on a ventilator), I’m … Continue reading

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It was an amazing year- Bring on 2013!

The holiday season has come to end, but it sure was amazing. My daughter is growing before my eyes and it is so exciting to see her learning and catching on to things. Her talking really took off the last … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Hello! As most of you know, I have recently self-published my book called “Happily Ever After”. My book is a reflection of what I went through last year when I was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome, a rare autoimmune disorder. When … Continue reading

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