Formula 1 auto races such as the Monaco Grand Prix have both a finish line and a time limit – if no one crosses the finish line within the allowed maximum time, the race is over.
In order to cross the finish line before reaching the time limit in the race to find a cure for Jenny, WE NEED YOUR HELP NOW.
Please scroll down to the blue side bar: "Am I a comparable?" This list outlines the characteristics that Jenny's doctors consider most important to identify other cases that may hold the clue to diagnosing her mysterious ailment - and finding the right treatment to reverse her frighteningly fast decline.
If you know of a potential comparable, please contact us right away at email@example.com.
But, even if you don’t know of a possible comparable case, you can still join Team Jenny and accelerate our race for a cure by getting the message about the search for comparables to as many people as possible, especially doctors who might have seen such a patient. Ask everyone to send the link to others, and seek their assistance as well. Together, we can work miracles.
Here is a suggested message for you to use in contacting others about the race to cure Jenny:
Jenny, a 14-year old girl, was stricken suddenly with a debilitating illness a little over one year ago.
If you click through to the blog (http://jenjensfamily.blogspot.com/), you’ll see that some doctors suspect she has a rare form of ALS. There is also a possible link to the HPV vaccine (her third Gardasil injection occurred not long before her family began noticing the first symptoms of her illness), but doctors are not sure whether Gardasil played any role in Jenny’s illness.
We are desperately looking for two things:
1) Other cases that might be comparable to Jenny’s. Please read the sidebar in blue (“Am I a Comparable?” http://jenjensfamily.blogspot.com/). Do you know of anyone who might fit the description?
2) Any doctors you know who might have come across cases like Jenny’s in their practice. Can you help get the word to doctors around the world?
The cause of Jenny’s illness remains a medical mystery. Finding relevant comparables – fast – could help to solve that mystery and thus provide a crucial clue to finding an effective treatment.
Time is of the essence because Jenny is now a quadriplegic and is struggling to breathe. Therefore, Jenny’s family appeals to you to bring any potential comparables to their notice by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.