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Victoria on August 26, 2015

My husband and are are permanently disabled with severe fibromyalgia syndrome, among other disabilities. Our situation became very dire recently and we found ourselves with no money for food and barely being able to pay all our bills, having only disability income, and especially not having any money for food or medication. Having gotten so sick we were unable to make any supplemental income to help our situation. We heard about a treatment protocol to help reverse the symptoms of FMS with a safe over-the-counter drug. However, not having enough money for food, getting the OTC drug was also too expensive. A friend of ours told us about EDL, and we reached out to them. EDL was there for us and was able to help us out. We want to say thank you EDL for all you do helping people get back on their feet when things are falling apart and all hope seems dim. You are the light at the end of the tunnel, reminding us that there are people in the world who truly do care! We hope to one day be able to support your organization by donating, as we are both hopeful that we will one day reverse these symptoms of FMS, which have caused us to be debilitated and unable to work. It is far too difficult to live on disability alone, especially when both spouses are permanently disabled. Your kindness will always be remembered and we will surely pay it forward when we are able to do so. God bless you EDL

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