Tommy went through the therapy and it helped a little. On his follow up visit they talked a little about removal of the metals down the road if it got bad enough. When we left from that appointment Tommy said, “Well, I guess this is just the pain I will have to learn to live with.”
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When people ask me how I can post Tommy’s Story every single day, my answer is pretty simple; because I have to. If posting can save just one life that will mean that Tommy’s being taken so soon wasn’t for absolutely no reason at all. Tommy would have wanted to help others. I would have preferred a different way. If me getting this information out to another family who might not have known before Tommy’s Story was written (just like we didn’t), then all of my efforts and the efforts of Team Tommy will have been worth every letter typed, every post that was posted, every shirt made, every bumper sticker stuck, every endless sleepless night, every tweet ever tweeted, every email received and every one sent with information back in return.
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