I am 43 years old woman who has been permanent disabled for the last 2 years due to being diagnosed with psuedo-tumor cerebri and hydrocephlus. I am going to school online to obtain my second masters degree in healthcare management. My first Masters degree is an MBA.
About my Loss:
My mom was my lifeline, my rock and my best friend. I dedicated taking care of her when my parents divorced when I was 16 years old. On 6/22/10 my mom past away from colon cancer that spread to the liver, ovaries and breast because it was never detected.
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