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C. DIFF STORIES
Rachel
  • Location: Kansas
  • Age: 48
  • Gender: F
  • Length: 4 Months
  • Source: Community Acquired

I had just started a new job in December 2010 at the local newspaper. In mid–January 2011, I began to get very ill. I had extremely bad diarrhea, and it was difficult for me to keep anything down. After about four or five days, the illness became so bad that …

Dennis
  • Location: New York
  • Age: 37
  • Gender: M
  • Length:
  • Source: Other

While attending Fr. John McNeill’s Memorial Service today, I saw many people I have not seen in years. It was wonderful for so many to gather and celebrate John’s life. A few who were at the event are aware that I have been suffering greatly with chronic C. diff, and …

Kaley
  • Location: Wyoming
  • Age: 4
  • Gender: F
  • Length:
  • Source: Other

As told by her mom Our first experience ever with this C. diff occurred in June of 2015. Our daughter Kaley, who was at four at the time, had a month of weird stool. I kept calling and taking her to the doctors, and they kept telling me she was …

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In August 2015, we hosted the first-ever Advocate Summit for C. diff survivors and family members who are committed to fulfilling the Peggy Lillis Foundation of a world where clostridium difficile infections are rare, treatable and survivable. While at the Summit, 10 of our new advocates sat down to share …

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