Ruth Love’s Personal Story

November 16th, 2010 by Staff

It was my good fortune to become ill after a restaurant lunch in August 2000. The discomfort hung on for almost a week. At a visit to my internist, he confirmed my suspicion that I had food poisoning, but he also prescribed a sonogram just to make sure that nothing else was the culprit. What [...]

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In January 2000, I was stricken with symptoms of what appeared to be the flu, so I took three aspirins. The symptoms worsened so I called 911 and, at the hospital, was diagnosed with a mild heart attack, probably kept that way due to my quick ingestion of aspirin. I was back playing tennis in [...]

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Michael Kasper’s Personal Story

November 16th, 2010 by Staff

My name is Michael Kasper and I live in Eastern Pennsylvania with my wife and two teenage sons. Prior to my diagnosis at age 58 I had no medical issues, never smoked, not overweight, never having been hospitalized, nor exposure to suspect chemicals. After my annual physicals each year, I would walk out of the [...]

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