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A very sad and tragic story to see how Amy's life progressed and now how she has passed . A life as many that we may so much about yet know so very little .
Treatments are not absolutes we still need answers to the unknown that medicine can not answer . Even with thetreatmentss we have today . Something is missing . ??
Blame , will give us these answers , it may help keep an armlengthgh away from what we all may not feel we coulcontrolol . What it will do in the end though is keep us further and further away frotrulyly finding what we do need to know to save the lives of the many that are being lost this way .
Thank you for writing this article Stanton .
May Amy rest in peace
Blessings to her Family and Friends
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