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So very right! They do need our prayers and thanks.

Also Hannah Poling's folks really needs our thanks for not only bringing the case forward but for bringing us the knowledge that the mitochondria disorder lay at the heart of this issue.

Thanks to all that have gone forward, and forward, and forward with their lawsuits and not going quitely away.


Kudos to Mary Holland, Esq. and Teri Arranga. Most informative discussion of the case. Thank you!

OMG! 19 years of continuous litigation. I feel so sorry for the Bruesewitz family. I "threw in the towel" after just 10 years of continuous litigation, much of which was of necessity, as a pro se litigant. The cause of action was quite different.

There may be some light at the end of the tunnel for the Bruesewitzs, but wow, what a price they've already paid. The legal fees and court costs alone are considerable. Then there's the emotional toll. It ages you, prematurely. I applaud them for "fighting the good fight". They need our prayers!

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