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Jose Luis: Morphea


apple Hello, my name is Jose Luis, I have been sick for a year now.

I can't take it anymore and I need more ideas. I need someone to explain this to me, such as why did I get it and such things. I am 17 and going though a difficult time. I need help and I hope someone will hear me and tell me something. I need experience from older people who know more and can answer my questions.

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Jose Luis
New email address needed 11-03-06 SLE
Old Email Prefix: yayocartoon_k54
Story prepared 01-21-06 JTD
Story translated to English 01-26-06 AL
Story posted 01-31-06 SLE

Story Artist: Shelley Ensz
Story Translator: Alba León
Story Prep: Judith Devlin
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Alba LeonAlba León is the ISN Translator for this page. She is studying international relations in Mexico City.

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Photo of JudithJudith Thompson Devlin is the ISN Story Editor for this story. She is also lead editor of the ISN's wonderful Voices of Scleroderma book series!

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