‘You can get your life back’
Graves’ condition overcome, Dixon woman now counsels others
DIXON – Several years ago, Kim Neisewander could have had a role in a horror movie.
Her voice was deep and raspy. Her skin hung off her bones, and her hair was thin and brittle. Her eyes bulged out of their sockets.
“I was ugly,” she said. “I felt fine, and I thought I looked fine until I looked in the mirror. I was not myself.”
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