This means your loved one is in a position to help! I always thought that was a noble calling... to be a medic and be SAVING lives. Once my second son took such training in his firefighter work, and I still think it would be so outstanding if he were using his talents in this arena also.
I was just thinking this morning how my beloved friend in her mid 60s from IL is privileged to know of the study I've done. She, I believe, was health damaged from using Lysol Tub 'n Tile over the years as she diligently cleaned her house and then someone else's for ... however many years. I was talking with her for 2-3 times a week every week for 8+ years & then these odd health concerns showed up all at once, that she didn't have before: low red blood cell anemia, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, kidney damage, aggravated arthritis. Now, she is getting some fine medical care but doctors don't suspect 2-butoxyethanol and some medication makes her feel worse instead of better. http://www.valdezlink.com/learn.htm#home
I tell you, she is a saint & she should not have to be dealing with this. I was sharing with her what I learned in the past 1 1/2 years; so if her personality has changed... as with this worker, valdezlink.com/evos/other_health_concerns.htm
Then it is something to be checked into. Will her doctors know that? 'No'
It is this odd assemblage of symptoms: valdezlink.com/scenario.htm
and maybe stop what I believe is the ongoing 'Gulf War Syndrome'
She has concern today for a blood clot in her leg - that is 'moving'
My information didn't help her.
She may have shared some with her doctor(s)
but in general they were stumped & uninterested.
Died of 'heart attack' in doctor's office -
probably from advanced effects of autoimmune hemolytic anemia
June 24, 2005