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We need you, this miracle, this impetus of solidarity that would make that my wife could enjoy her life as a young woman and young mother fully. Six years ago, after long years of suffering, we discovered that Chloe had stage 4 endometriosis. Very aggressive endometriosis, with very rapid development. This disease is disabling on a daily basis. Despite his flawless smile, this illness upset his life. It's an exhausting disease. According to the average women are menopausal at 52 years old. It remains to Chloe 24 years to hold. 24 years in these conditions it is unsustainable. She may have a definitive stoma by then. What is for us not possible. After 5 years of combat, 9 operations, 1 stoma, the solutions are exhausted. The disease recurs again and again. We would like to find a lasting solution, so that Chloe can resume a normal life without pain. French medicine offered us everything it could. And at the time of today, no longer has a solution for us. Chloe is there, with her pains, her adhesions and no more support is proposed to us. So because I would like to offer a better future to my wife, my children and our family. I sought. I looked for better care for her and for us. We need you. Need you to talk about it, to share, to move us forward. We need a miracle.

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