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A Tribute to Tara
Fought a deadly brain cancer.

Tara Schriefer

A 25-year-old, in need of a miracle to beat Glioblastoma Brain cancer.  The tumor is in four different inoperable parts of the brain.

I was first diagnosed in 12/98 at the age of 22 after having my first baby.  It has been over 2½ brainoperations, 6 weeks of radiation, and so far chemotherapy. I have very limited use on the left body.  Every time a doctor gives up on me, I give up on them.  I really want to be here for my beautiful 4-year-old daughter.  I so far have beaten the odds, and have Jesus to thank.  Please help me with prayer's, I will be healed!!!  Thank you for taking the time to say a prayer.

By Tara Schriefer

Tara lost her battle on November 15, 2001

She fought long and hard.  She will always be remembered for her courage strength and her beautiful smile that lit up every ones heart.

 

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