Girl says she was afraid she was allergic to food and her own saliva

Since being treated by Dr. Elizabeth Latimer, Kathryn Ulicki says she feels "a lot better today, like, emotionally and physically."
2:03 | 07/20/18

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Okay. Pelosi. Perfectly okay big cat yeah. Vote in if just get so scared I thought my parents for poisoning mean because you wanted to you. You wanted to drink yeah and yet you just couldn't yeah. And what did you make this. I had no idea what was going I was here to make small amounts to life except just thinks they want to. What we afraid. By following I have no allergic reaction to your own spit. Yeah it's my. We'll can't actually surprisingly she came in sequence flying analysts. It is fitting into a cop and tooling cost them. And we were doctor Latimer I remember thinking I'm glad. Quietly gladiator. Because it's a disease that needs to be Slade. I feel like. A lot that there. Net long emotional and end. What's it like have you time. And and you know it it's evening only yes it's kind of nice now and away like it there's times and forget about appearances.

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