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Sun, Jun 16 5:15pm · Rising Above a Rare, Debilitating Disorder

This is interesting. I bet Tara has some seriously fabulous insurance cause I’m also sure that Mayo didn’t do all this for her for free.
According to the three types of SPS listed in this article none of them meet how SPS started or has become for me. I am curious as to how they can up with those three classifications?

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