An Opportunity For C. diff. Survivors To Discuss Their CDI Journey That Will In Turn Help Others

 

We’d love for C. diff. Survivors to describe any history that may have led to the C. diff. infection  (CDI) (e.g. taking antibiotics just prior?), the diagnosis – particularly how long this took and any specialists that had to be involved, the various treatments involved and most importantly, the impact it had on you, your family, your daily life and any lasting effects, with the Summit Therapeutics organization.

 

♥ HELP THEM TO HELP OTHERS ♥

 

If you are interested in volunteering to discuss YOUR journey and information with the Summit Therapeutics organization, please contact:

Michelle Avery, Senior Director Investor Relations & Patient Engagement

Summit Therapeutics

Michelle.Avery@summitplc.com

D +1 -617 225 4455

 

Recurrent C. diff. Infection Forces a Healthcare Professional Into Early Retirement

Name: Angie Martin

Your Story: I am a retired healthcare professional, I could not even begin to tell u what I have been thru the last 4 -1/2 yrs….from my FMT’s – to all going on now with my digestive system…IBS/ulcerative colitis, acid reflux and a few polyps that was benign..to having to be very careful with antibiotics. Allergic to quite a few..very slim margin for me for antibiotics..so I don’t get c diff…I dealt with it for almost 3 yrs. A neg result is good news for me…I have been having problems now for the last 6 weeks. But don’t let it get me down. On rocky rd now…I can test neg in stool but yet be positive for it. I have changed my diet..a lot of changes in the last 5 yrs. Please never feel guilty. God made each and everyone of us unique..enjoy life the best we can.

Kudos to this group and the C Diff Foundation   Cdifffoundation.org