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January 30, 2024
Mark Hartshorn’s wife, Jill, was a nurse, prior to her Lyme disease diagnosis. In 2021, she became a COVID patient at the hospital she spent 7 years at. Not allowed to visit Jill, Mark did what he could to advocate for her requests from a distance. He questioned the CDC protocols and asked for alternative therapies. Find out more of the details in his narrative from the CHD Bus Stories page.
Richard and his wife both contracted COVID, and although he recovered quickly, her health “kept going downhill.” Expecting her to receive an infusion and be sent home, Richard brought his wife into the hospital. To his surprise, however, she was admitted. One day, Richard went in with their son to take her out of the hospital and treat her at home. Over the weeks and months that have followed, she has continued to struggle with breathing and other ill effects, but they are confident that taking her home was the right decision for their family. Richard shares the story in this CHD.TV video.
After falling out of her recliner and breaking her hip, Crystal’s mother was hospitalized. While in the waiting room, she received a positive COVID test, “But she had no symptoms, whatsoever,” according to Crystal. What happened next? Find out in Crystal’s testimony on the CHD Bus Stories page.