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Old 10-08-2003, 05:00 AM
Cathy Helfrich
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My father was admitted to Ormond Hospital on Monday with <br>a BP65/20 and a BUN of 129 he was dying!! He dreaded the <br>thought of dialysis and was giving up hope for a quality of life.<br>He is only 70 yrs. old. His kidney Doctor suggested Natrecor and <br>he has had 2 doses.....while in intensive care.....his bun in just <br>3 days has gone from 129 to 72. His creatine 4.9 to 2.7. He is no <br>longer requires dialysis or instensive care....my father looks better <br>then he has in the last 5 years. From the bottom of my heart....<br>thank you....maybe my dad will now have some quality of life.<br>This drug is a miracle!!!! How can I buy stock.<br>Sincerely,<br>Cathy Helfrich<br>869 Pineapple Rd.<br>South Daytona, Fl. 32119<br>( a loving daughter) PS> whoever came up with this drug....my deepest <br>thank you....you have prolonged my dad's life and quality of life.
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