Holy shit, I subscribed to this chick with a brain tumor on YouTube a while back...
#41
She had an MRI and it appears that all is well. She'll have them every 3 months to keep checking.



She's probably in the clear.

She's got a really cute dog.

She said the doctors told her that her eyes will permanently be without 1/2 her peripheral vision... essentially. Which sucks. And they said it was because of the tumor and what it was attached to/had to be removed. Basically.

6:40... dayum. There's a huge hole in her brain. She's so lucky to be alive and not fucked up any worse than she has been. Kind of amazing honestly... the whole nine yards.
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#42
That is such great news! She sounds a lot better too!
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#43
Agreed, GG... love her so much and wishing her all the very best.
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#44
She's also really smart with the way she edits and split-screens the videos. What a sweetheart she is too.
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#45
Yeah she is just so nice...

It's hard to understand why such a nice person with such a good heart (I mean it's plain to see) would have to go through such a bad experience.

I guess it was necessary for her development and her future to see that side of things. Maybe it will help her somewhere down the line to understand and help other people somehow.
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#46
(08-16-2017, 04:58 PM)Trix Wrote: Yeah she is just so nice...

It's hard to understand why such a nice person with such a good heart (I mean it's plain to see) would have to go through such a bad experience.

I guess it was necessary for her development and her future to see that side of things. Maybe it will help her somewhere down the line to understand and help other people somehow.

Or maybe it's so she can give others with similar problems hope. To be a role model for outlook, courage and hope.
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#47
(08-16-2017, 05:52 PM)GG Wrote: Or maybe it's so she can give others with similar problems hope. To be a role model for outlook, courage and hope.

The best medicine in the world is empathy. Support from someone who has conquered your ailment or problem and can not only give you hope for your own conquest but also relate to the hardships, pains and struggles as well. Funny! I beleive I was just covering this topic from another angle just moments ago.

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#48
True.

And she is already fulfilling that purpose just by making these YouTube videos.

You know it's another example of how if you follow your passion in life and just do what you love to do, you will reach whoever is supposed to hear/will be helped by whatever it is that you share.
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#49



Now her dad is dead.

Facepalm

God.

What the fuck is happening with the world.

This is some of the most depressing shit I've seen in a while.

This chick has been so traumatized lately, it's literally absurd.

I honestly cannot even with this.

I seem to notice on all these family photos, they're all smiling and look genuinely happy in the midst of total heartbreak and sorrow.

They seem like great people. They really do. So I just don't get it... why all the hard times lately?? The hell is going on??
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#50
wow she has a lot of trouble explaining stuff


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#51
She’s made a lot of improvement.

It’s been almost 5 months though, I do wonder how long the recovery process will end up being.
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#52
(09-25-2017, 01:36 PM)Trix Wrote:


Now her dad is dead.

Facepalm

God.

What the fuck is happening with the world.

This is some of the most depressing shit I've seen in a while.

This chick has been so traumatized lately, it's literally absurd.

I honestly cannot even with this.

I seem to notice on all these family photos, they're all smiling and look genuinely happy in the midst of total heartbreak and sorrow.

They seem like great people. They really do. So I just don't get it... why all the hard times lately?? The hell is going on??

That's so sad. That makes me cry, Trix. 
She does seem to be doing SO much better with the cancer and brain trauma though. It just breaks my heart when people are in pain. I never could stand witnessing someone who is hurting.
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She was at the hospital because she had to get a blood platelet transfusion... apparently her platelets were too low. It's really fucked up, like what the hell is going on with this fucking world? How is a 25 year old person having to go through all this ridiculous shit? And what would happen if she didn't get a transfusion?? Would she just die?? I mean what the hell is going on??

I know, there are kids out there having to go through all of this stuff now, I know people used to only live to be 40 or some shit. But today, 25 is YOUNG, and anyone even younger than that having to deal with this kind of bullshit should have everyone on the planet coming together to figure out what the fuck is happening and what to do about it.

GMOs, vaccines, fake sugar, you name it... all of these things are factors. But are people really gonna put up with this shit?? I think it's gotten to the point now that EVERYONE should be able to see something's really wrong and we have to devote our time and attention to getting rid of all the things that are causing these illnesses.
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#54
Maybe its all the electronics interfering with our bodiez
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#55
(12-02-2017, 05:58 PM)Guest Wrote: Maybe its all the electronics interfering with our bodiez

Yep...

Excellent point.

There's just a serious imbalance going on.
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#56



So she has a "theory" about the brain tumor... I'm interested to see what she says.

This chick has really been through a lot, holy heck.

I appreciate a curious mind.

4:35 she got a brain tumor because of a "virus"... really? That's what they told her?

4:52 so THREE OTHER PEOPLE within 3 blocks of her have ALSO HAD BRAIN TUMORS.

So that means it's something in the environment. Could it be a cell phone tower?

I hope she keeps probing this... someone needs to.
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#57
(01-26-2018, 03:47 PM)Trix Wrote:


So she has a "theory" about the brain tumor... I'm interested to see what she says.

This chick has really been through a lot, holy heck.

I appreciate a curious mind.

4:35 she got a brain tumor because of a "virus"... really? That's what they told her?

4:52 so THREE OTHER PEOPLE within 3 blocks of her have ALSO HAD BRAIN TUMORS.

So that means it's something in the environment. Could it be a cell phone tower?

I hope she keeps probing this... someone needs to.

virus is one of the top three theories and causation for cancer , i recall being taught that  back in school

i find it astounding that hundreds of billion of dollars are spent every year around the world and we cannot figure this shit out ? 

thats another reason i don't believe we ever landed men on the moon , we cannot even figure stuff out on earth
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#58
When I was a kid my mom drank the diet Dr. Pepper's w/o sugar or caffeine.
She wasn't overweight or diabetic, she just somehow got onto a kick of drinking them.
If I were to ever run out of regular soda, I'd try drinking one of hers. God dang, they were nasty!
And I'd only get maybe 1/4 the way into the can before I'd come down with serious headache pain.

It was usually dead center of the forehead, but a few inches inward, so maybe right in the very middle of my brain.
The pain would also come in shooting strikes from the right side of my head, just above the temple.
Shooting from the temple inward. The kind of dull, bruising pain that makes you close your eyes.

After experiencing this 3 or 4 times I said "fuck that" when it came to diet sodas.
This was back in about 1989/90, I was 15. I thought "It must be what they put in there in place of the sugar that causes this".
Regular soda NEVER did this to me.

Oh and my mom now has dementia. Has had it for about 7 or 8 years now. It's gotten worse in the last 2 or 3 years.
She would drink 2 or 3 of those diet sodas a day. Everyday. So yes, I believe there's a connection.
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#59
Sorry to hear that about your mom, sweetie.

The lady I knew who drank diet soda every day suffered with neurological problems for several years.

She had the fibromyalgia thing going on before it was even "popular"... and now she is dying of cancer.

Many of these neurological diseases including fibromyalgia are most likely due to the artificial sweeteners.

https://nutritionfacts.org/video/asparta...romyalgia/
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#60
My mom had cervical cancer when I was 8 yrs old. They did some snip-snip and radiation.
So she's a 30+ year cancer survivor. But, a few years later, she got the fibromyalgia diagnosis.
That was maybe early - mid 90's? Rheumatoid arthritis too. So I think these artificial sweeteners are evil.
They may well be responsible for a lot of our current health crises.
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