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  • Arroyo Grande woman raising money for surgery that would let her eat again

    Terry Berger, 68, of Arroyo Grande is raising money to pay for a surgery that will allow her to eat solid food for the first time in nearly two years. She currently is nourished via a feeding tube.

Terry Berger, 68, of Arroyo Grande is raising money to pay for a surgery that will allow her to eat solid food for the first time in nearly two years. She currently is nourished via a feeding tube. Kaytlyn Leslie The Tribune
Terry Berger, 68, of Arroyo Grande is raising money to pay for a surgery that will allow her to eat solid food for the first time in nearly two years. She currently is nourished via a feeding tube. Kaytlyn Leslie The Tribune

Medicare denied her life-changing surgery. Now Arroyo Grande woman is seeking donations.

February 28, 2017 3:27 PM