Barbara shares what she thought when her daughter was first diagnosed with asthma.
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I ask is a disease a chronic illness that can be regulated through inhalers and proper you know medication and I thought like most people that okay, we’ll take her to the doctor, we’ll get her check out and if she’s on any kind of medications so be it. At that time it wasn’t like—you’re diagnosed with you know cancer or anything that we thought would be life threatening and we just went from there. We started out with a pediatrician. She progressed not well and wound up being ambulanced several times to children’s hospitals and then from there was skin tested and we found out that she really had no allergies and they kind of felt that she was a little bit of enigma with her asthma. They weren’t really sure what caused it.
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