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Inspirational Student Turns Negatives Into Positives

Tuesday 4 October 2016

 

From US newspaper the Tewksbury Town Crier:

 

Kiley Reitano
(Photo: Kiley Reitano)
 

Inspirational student turns negatives into positives

By Julia Sesso News Correspondent
Saturday, October 1, 2016
© Copyright 2016, Homenewshere.com, Woburn, MA.

TEWKSBURY — Senior at TMHS, Kiley Reitano (Twitter) is an inspiration to her family, friends and teachers. At age 13, Reitano was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia syndrome, which affects the muscles and soft tissue. Along with Fibromyalgia, she has been diagnosed with two other chronic diseases, Hashimoto's Disease and Endometriosis.

Reitano has been dealt so many obstacles at such a young age, but that has not dulled out her determination to succeed.

“Living with Fibromyalgia along with two other chronic diseases is a daily struggle.” Reitano stated, “knowing that there's always tomorrow and it could be better. I believe having a positive attitude towards it as a whole really can help.”

Throughout her journey, Reitano has turned to art to cope with the pain.

 

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