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Littleton, Colorado
Worked at (Aquatic Director)Studied Elementary Education & psych-soc minor at  Married ... From  . Lived in NJ, 2 yrs-Chile,S.Am., CT, VT and Colorado.  Never in sport events while young, diagnosed with COPD in 2003 and started walking - last half marathon done at... Full Bio
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Why is Transtracheal Oxygen (TTO) still the best kept secret in medicine?

I just found this link to a good description of TTO  You DO NOT have to use a cannula, there are alternative methods such as the oxyview glasses,...

April 7 2015 You have COPD now what?

You have COPD now what?    learn more, read these Helpful articles:                                  “A COPD diagnosis might leave you  ...

Figure out another way to do something when you can't do it one way.

Feb. 22, 2015… the date of the Am Lung Association Climb for Air event in Denver! Rise & shine at 5:30 AM  I couldn't see more than a half...

COPD patients- declining in cognitive ability?,

    Still Moving at the 12 mile marker, with1.1 more miles to go to complete a Half marathon- supplemental oxygen - lots of it- 6 tanks there, to...

signed up my team today- early bird for next February

  Hi folks, I don't really want to "hit" on you all so much for a donation,   as to have some of you join me by being a Virtual...
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Mar 02 2013 by Roxlyn

I was warned against the peroxide treatment by a very respected RRT... it is poison -akin to snakeoil treatment.

Dec 07 2011 by Qasar

I have moderate emphysema. Found a treatment using food grade hydrogen peroxide diluted in distilled water. Treatment calls for a 35% solution to be used, I only used a 3% solution and found after only 2 days that my breathing had improved dramatically. Spirometry test weeks later showed my FVC had improved from 5 to 9 and FEV1 had gone from 3 to 9. The whole story is about 3 pages long (too long to post here) and I'll share it with you if you Email me at

Jul 15 2011 by Jeff K.
You are awesome! You're doing such great work out there in your community. They're lucky to have someone so knowledgeable and dedicated to really helping them. 

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