A woman in Arlington Virginia almost died from a pin-prick in her finger, which allowed flesh eating bacteria to enter her system. Three out of four victims of flesh eating bacteria survive, but 25% die. If a person has severe chronic neutropenia, like 9 year old Ariana-Leilani, they are particularly vulnerable to this type of attack. That is why Ariana-Leilani needs to have gcsf to boost her immune system to close to normal levels — up from the very low level it is today (1/10th of normal).
Support Ariana-Leilani’s right to have proper medicine to reduce her vulnerability to bacterial like those that almost killed this normal Arlington Virginia woman.