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Epic stomach tumour 20/07/24(Fri)13:20 No. 16962 ID: c6e9b2

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I'm looking for the name of the persons in this story.

In the summer of 1995, there was a family of three that toured Europe in search for a "alternative" cures. The daughter had a huge stomach tumour. She looked pregnant and had to be ride in a stroller.

The authorities took away the custody of her. And she had to take tumour shrinking meds before the tumour could be removed. Because it was so entangled in the organs.

Pic unrelated, because it is prettier to look at than random tumour pics.

Epic+stomach+tumour 20/07/24(Fri)17:00 No. 16963 ID: c6e9b2

Ah, found info:


Anonymous 21/01/27(Wed)02:42 No. 17229 ID: 69598f

what the fuck

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