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Health issues become story of hope, survival for Guymon's Michelle Trimble

October 23, 2013

Michelle Trimble and her mother, Linda McCurdy, who has become her caregiver after a multiple health issues lead Trimble to move home with parents. (Courtesy Photo)

At 43 years old, Michelle Trimble has had more health struggles than most can imagine having to overcome, all starting at a very young age.
She is still fighting and is hoping to finally receive a double lung transplant and heart surgery that will remove the tumor that is taking up 3/4 of her right atrium.
Read the story about the local woman who has been fighting for her health since her 20s in Tuesday's paper.

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