Marisol and Stephanie Solis’ Story

Guayaquil, Ecuador
South America

Epilepsy

“My daughter, Stephanie, is 16 years old. She was having convulsions every 3 hours. This began when she was 8 years old and now she is 16 years old. Sometimes she had convulsions the whole night through, one after the other. I had to run to the hospital and we returned the following day. She has been taking the medicine Tegretol, but still continued with the many attacks.”

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Jorge Sandoval Moscol’s Story

Piura, Peru
South America

diabetes

I am an Engineer in zootechnology and recently turned fifty years of age. Nineteen months ago I lost my job as coordinator in an international project and I have remained unemployed since like so many here in this country. All the problems and the concerns I had predisposed me to getting sick and I was diagnosed with diabetes, having a glucose level of 348 in my blood.”

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