If she’s anywhere near the fighter you are, my Friend, she will prevail. I just hope and pray she allows people to help her. I wish her success at Stanford, they’re a great facility with great staff, miracle workers at times, I’ve felt. I’ll keep prayers going for you, Boo and rest of your family. Especially the prayers for strength 👀 ♥ * ͜ * ♥ 👀
All that is happening now does, indeed, go back to the incident in Arizona. The surgeries that she has already undergone and recovered from have each been in attempt to separate scar tissue that has grown around Boo’s trachea from being cinched by a belt for nearly two days; also – her inability to speak has finally been de-mystified as well. The same thing is happening at the base of her vocal chords, as a result of scar tissue build-up, only the vocal cords have been permanently affected by residues left from the chemicals that Boo had been forced to drink during her captivity. The doctors have done what they can without sending her to a specialist for what is considered as “delicate surgery”; the next step to come.
Within the month, she will be going to Stanford for such things…and I have little doubt behind her strength or ability…
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