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    I have not been on these boards in a few years. My status is stable and now on daily Cortef replacement due to stressful divorce, hypothyroid, hypopituitary....God Bless Dr F. who keeps me living my best quality of life. I never thought every day would be a new science experiment....but.....at least I'm 18 years post adrenalectomy / coma and 10 years post thyroidectomy and still enjoying life and family! Thank you Mary for these boards which back in 2000 were the only source of support and education there was for a patient like me. I joined them in 2000 and again in 2004. I will always be grateful for the sense of normalcy and belonging I found on this web site. I work from home now and have a great life! To all of you just starting the journey......DONT GIVE UP....LIFE IS WORTH LIVING AND YOU MATTER...With the right Drs on your team and these boards you can live your best life. Educate yourself and be proactive. Be strong and please don't be afraid to ask questions or ask for help......Blessings Lynn in Oregon
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    Casey Dailey, age 38, was fighting Cushing's disease, a pituitary gland disorder often caused by a tumor creating excess cortisol. She had surgery Aug. 23 and went home the next day. Over the following weekend, she began feeling sick. She vomited, sometimes with blood. Then, she couldn't stand or talk, relatives said. A high fever started Sunday, after floodwaters surrounded her home, and she became unresponsive. More info at https://cushingsbios.com/2017/09/06/in-memory-cassandra-dills-dailey-august-29-2017/
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