How old are you?
How did you find out that you had FAVA?
What did your doctors tell you?
So how did you finally find out that it was FAVA?
What does it feel like to have FAVA?
Does FAVA make it hard for you at school?
Do you have any special accommodations at school?
What's it like to be you?
Are there things that are difficult or challenging for you?
Where is the FAVA located?
Have you had any procedures to address the FAVA?
Wow, that's a lot of procedures, you must be very brave!
DO you take any medication to help with the pain?
It seems like an awful lot to deal with for a 12 year old girl. What helps you to focus on other things?
An Interview with Juliet
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