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  • This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Halsey Blocher 2 weeks, 6 days ago.

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       Ryan Berhar 

      Hey everyone, here’s Kala’s newest column. This was a tough read. She’s been going through some health issues, and to top it off, she was supposed to be on vacation. Getting sick is always terrible, but it’s even worse when you don’t know what’s going on and how to treat it. Let’s hope and pray she gets better soon! What are your takeaways? Have you experienced similar issues?

      SMA Takes a Normal Day and Turns It Upside Down

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       Halsey Blocher 

      Oh wow! I really hope she finds some answers and recovers quickly!

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