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Thread: In memory of Anney, a great Pioneer

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    Default In memory of Anney, a great Pioneer

    This is some of the saddest news I have received. Anney as she was known on this forum, was one of the dearest, sweetest ladies I have ever had the occasion to know. I never met her in person, but I felt like I had. She struggled very bravely with her COPD and wanted to be a Pioneer very badly. She bravely came to the U.S. for a treatment last summer. She was very sick and for her to be able to travel that far shows how determined she was to fight the disease. Unfortunately, one autologous treatment was not enough and England has very strict restrictions against stem cell treatments so she could not continue her therapy. I find her death unnecessary and in her honor and others that we have lost from this forum, I will continue to fight harder to get treatment legalized. My thoughts go out to her husband Ivor, who I mistakenly called Igor more than once. Anney would send me back a cheerful e-mail saying not to worry. He was her best friend and it didn't matter what I called him. She was also a gifted artist and wrote a book which she sent me a copy of. She will be missed a lot. Let's keep up the fight. I know Anney would want us to. In her memory, get one more person to join ASCTA or get the information posted on one more site. We can't let this happen again. Barbara



    I am sorry to have to tell you that my wife, Anne, passed away last Thursday 9th April. She had been in hospital for three weeks and her condition fluctuated day by day. On the evening of the 8th she was showing signs of distress and was put on a ventilator. I was called to the hospital on the morning of the 9th before which she sent me a text saying she was poorly and was being put back on the ventilator. When I went to the hospital her Specialist explained to me that she was in a serious condition. He told me that by keeping her on the ventilator they could not keep her alive for no more than four days but it would be distressing for her. If she came off it she would feel nothing but would slowly fade away. They took her off about 12 noon and she died at 1025 that evening. All that time she showed no sign of distress, never altered her sleeping position and was very peaceful.

    This is very sad news and it hurts me to have to break it to you. Being Easter I am held up making arrangements for so I am unable to give you anymore information.



    Best Wishes Ivor Young.
    First treatment in 2007. Pioneering ever since.

    Barbara

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    I am so sorry to hear of these news. My thoughts and prayers go out to Ivor and his family.

    alex
    Had UCSC treatment Aug. 14th, 2008
    Had UCSC treatment Jan. 25th, 2010
    Had autologous treatment Jan. 26th, 2010
    Had UCSC treatment Jan. 27th, 2010

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    I am very saddened to read of her passing.
    4 Autologous treatments to date.

    Harv

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