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Vancouver, WA a good option for healthy living?

 
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danadoolittle



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PostPosted: Tue Nov 11, 2014 4:21 pm    Post subject: Vancouver, WA a good option for healthy living? Reply with quote

I had written recently regarding my 2nd VF infection since 2011. I live in the San Joaquin Valley. I have children & grandchildren in the Portland area & am seriously considering relocating to Vancouver, WA area in the hopes that I will be healthier longer. I am aware that I carry VF with me when I go but want to avoid an inhalation of new spores which is highly possible in this area.
I know that VF has been found in the soil in WA. so I'm wondering how much I would be lessening the threat of a new infection by moving there? I am also asking if the wet climate would encourage fungal growth inside my body due to the VF I take with me?
Thank you for your help,
Dana
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2014 8:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Dana, many others have moved after hearing about VF and wanting to protect their families.

The maps page will get a fresh update very soon to include some of the information now that the Benton County outbreak area had been confirmed. A wet weather climate won't matter to your VF so living in a wetter climate would not be a problem. Also, Vancouver is on the opposite side of the Cascade mountains and the opposite side of the state from the known and suspected infectious areas. Surprises may occur, but today's state of the art science says there is no reason at all to think VF would grow in Vancouver, WA.

The fact that this area is considered cocci-free should hopefully make it a more enjoyable move.

Also, I don't believe you are on our Facebook page. If you like, you are welcome to friend Valley Fever Survivor on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/valleyfeversurvivor

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