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ZIG's medical pack

ZIG's medical pack

WHEN ZIG NEEDS A LITTLE PUSH (Quand Zig a besoin d un petit coup de pouce)Traduction francaise en bas de page HI GUYS, As some of you may be aware, I am facing big issues of health which forced me to come back to France in semi emergency without revenue. Symptoms:* Numbs hands, legs, arms and feets (feeling I slept on it) permanently with sometime very painfull moments.* Difficulty to control my moves perfectly, grab objects, or type on a keyboard.* Electric pain running though my spine* Overall impression to be plugged to a 220V plugTHIS IS A RESULT OF ME CONSUMMING TOO MANY BALLOONS OF NITROUS OXIDE. Articles below: https://yourroom.health.nsw.gov.au/a-z-of-drugs/Pages/nitrous-oxide.aspxhttp://realitesbiomedicales.blog.lemonde.fr/2018/12/28/le-protoxyde-dazote-un-gaz-hilarant-qui-ne-fait-pas-du-tout-rire-les-medecins/?fbclid=IwAR3iCx3CrTfNJCvZxEImJPO7vWbdfsZIo_48vnnReE4GC2jdALsbQCeL7EU  I left from my life in Vietnam hoping I could benefit from the French free medical care, however, the authorities here ask me to justify that I lived 3 months here.... Meanwhile difficult to work, but I also need a treatment which can be costly. I also need to settle in France and it will take time for me to be able to have revenue again. Difficult to ask my parents for cash again as they are both retired with not much... That is why I call for outsiders generosity to try starting again a life here and get the medical care I need. Part of the cash will also help me reimburse those who lent me money in Vietnam to handle my health issues there. Meanwhile, I will still try to be looking for DJ gigs to start somewhere... New life, new challenges and joy. Thanks for any support! CComme certains d'entre vous le savent, je fais face a de gros problemes de sante qui m'ont forces a rentre en France en semi urgence et sans source de revenu. Symptoms:* Fourmis dans les jambes, les bras, les mains et les pieds de facon permanente avec parfois des douleurs assez severes.* Difficultes de controller mes mouvements, d'attraper des objets et meme de taper sur un clavier.* Douleurs electriques dans l'epine dorsale* Impression permanente d avoir les doigts dans une prise de 220vLa cause identifie est l usage excessif de ballons de protoxyde d'azote que nous consommons dans les clubs au Vietnam. See article below in French https://yourroom.health.nsw.gov.au/a-z-of-drugs/Pages/nitrous-oxide.aspx J'ai quitte ma vie au Vietnam en esperant de beneficier de la securite sociale francaise, mais celle ci me demande de justifier que j'ai vecu ici au moins 3 mois pour presenter mon dossier... Pendant ce temps la, je ne peux pas prendre un emploi a temps complet et je n'ai pas le cash pour suivre une therapie qui peut couter. J'ai aussi besoin de m'installer ici, mais je ne beneficie pas des fonds pour recommencer une vie dans ce pays. Dur de demander de l'argent a mes parents qui sont tous deux retraites avec peu... Je ne peux pas non plus commencer un boulot dans cet etat. J'en fait donc appel a la generosite publique pour essayer de redemarrer une vie normale ici et avoir assez pour me faire soigner. Une partie du cash me permettra aussi de rembourser ceux qui m'ont avance de l'argent au Vietnam pour m'occuper de ma sante quand j'etais la bas. Pendant ce temps je vais voir ce que je trouve comme gigs et essayer de recommencer quelque part. Nouvelles vies, nouveaux challenge. Merci d'avance de votre aide!

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Fly traps for little baby orphanage

Fly traps for little baby orphanage

I’m going back to Sudan in August and want to install fly traps to stop the little babies been eaten by flies.   Earlier this year I went to Sudan to see some friends. I was a little nervous because of the uprising and the civil unrest but my friends assured me that the people of Sudan were loving and respectful and would never harm anyone. My friends were right. My beautiful, sweet and caring friend Sarra who I had met in London the year before decided to take me and Samah on a surprise visit to Mygoma orphanage in Khartoum. This was the first time I had been to an orphanage and the first time I’ve cried since my dog died. I shit you not.The moment that broke me was when my finger was being held by this tiny little hand that didn’t want to let go. She was no more than a week old and looked me straight in the eyes; she just stared with this helpless look saying ‘don’t leave me’. I kept trying to brush the flies from her eyes but they just wouldn’t f**k off. These bloodsucking flies just wouldn’t stopeating her right in front of me. Yeah that did it. I felt powerless to help and as I looked up at Samah I tried my best to be brave. I could see her struggling as much as me. There were around thirty new-born babies in this small room with four women doing their best to keep them all clean and fed. I asked the women how many rooms the orphanage had, she told me there were 30 rooms with over 600 babies aged between 0-4 years. I asked why there were so many and she explained that it was the only orphanage. In Khartoum, I asked? In Sudan, she replied. When I left, I felt a determination to do something about it. Something achievable, something that would make a difference. Something to get rid of these flies! I’m asking family, friends and their friends to help me to help them. I need a minimum £1,000 for bug-zapping lights and cables. I’m going to install one in each room when I go back. If I can raise more money I will spend it on netting for windows and doors, fans, mosquito nets, etc. The money raised will only be spent on materials needed for the orphanage. There will be no expenses taken out. Every pound raised will be spent by me personally to make sure I achieve this simple goal of getting rid of the flies to ensure better living conditions in the orphanage. All work carried out will be done with my two hands or under my supervision. I will be paying any expenses out my pocket and suppling all labour free of charge. I need £1,000 to make any difference. But I’d like to raise £10,000 to make big difference. Please help us create a positive change in a challenging environment.  Thanks for reading and giving.  All the bestTom x

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Help Kate out

Help Kate out

Kate Fahy, a good friend of ours who lives in England needs our help and her story, somewhat briefly, goes like this: On April 26, on her way home (on her bicycle) she was in an accident with a truck. The truck was pulling out, didn't see her and knocked her down. This resulted in a third degree sprain in the right ankle, a heavy blow to the hand on the same side and injuries to the face as well as a possible jaw fracture (she has lost 1 tooth and has fractured 3, which according to the dentist will have to be replaced with implants and crowns).  I hope this is not the case for many, but those who have been in an accident know that the last thing that comes to  mind at that moment is to gather evidence for a legal procedure; therefore, although the idea is to start a legal process (with the minimum information gathered by the ambulance) it is going to be a costly, long and complex process with vey uncertain results.  So far the recovery is going well thanks to the fact that, in spite of everything, her wounds are superficial. However, there is still a long way to go (the issue of teeth will take months and will be very costly as will the rehabilitation for the ankle). So far, we have collected donated items (crutches, ankle boots and a bike).The insurance didn´t see fit to provide these and it also doesn´t cover dental treatment. The minimun that has to be paid amounts to approximately 300 euro and this includes the most basic and lowest quality dental treatment. Kate's family has also supported her, but financial help is still needed. That's why we want to unite and ask, through this message, for external help. Due to very high student loans, she has over 40.000 euro debt and due to the high living costs of the UK her account is already at max. overdraft, so she has no access to money. Thus, we write to you to ask for your collaboration and would be extremely greatful if you can/want to help out in any way. No amount is too small. All help always adds up!  Thank you again for reading and/or contributing! Estefania and Maria Sofía P.S.: If you know someone who would also like to collaborate please feel free to share this message/link. We would be happy to keep you posted on how Kate's recovery is progressing if you so wish.

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P'tit coup de pouce pour Natacha

P'tit coup de pouce pour Natacha

Bonjour à tous !  Ce regard malicieux et ce sourire rempli de fièreté sur cette photo prise quelques jours après la naissance de César témoignent d'une force intérieure incroyable. Natacha me rappelle quotidiennement que nous nous devons d'apprécier chaque journée à sa juste valeur, malgré les difficultés qui se dressent sur nos chemins. Petit César est né le 20 août dernier. Je dis "Petit" car il est arrivé avec plus de 3 mois d'avance, alors que Natacha profitait des vacances chez sa Maman.La maternité la plus proche de niveau 3 était celle de Troyes: c'est là-bas que l'équipe de néonatologie assiste César dans ses premières semaines de vie et accompagne Natacha dans ses premiers gestes de Maman. César progresse à pas de géant : il pèse à présent 1,480kg, prend des bains et tête même quelques ml au biberon. Il est encore sous assistance respiratoire mais devrait se débrouiller sans machine très prochainement. Malgré tout, son transfert dans un autre service qui serait géographiquement plus proche de Levallois, où Natacha & Patrice habitent, n'est pas envisageable avant le mois de novembre. Afin d'être quotidiennement auprès de son petit trèsor, c'est donc toute une logistique que Natache a dû mettre en place, qui passe notamment par la location d'un logement Airbnb à Troyes, non prise en charge par la CPAM ni par la mutuelle. L'objectif de cette cagnotte est de donner un coup de pouce à Natacha & Patrice dans ce quotidien mouvementé, afin que leurs coeurs et leurs esprits soient le plus possible consacrés à César.  Un immense merci par avance,Sophie

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Help fund a cochlear implant surgery for 18 month old baby

Help fund a cochlear implant surgery for 18 month old baby

Raising a funding campaign as I came across the story of Marc Alexander, 18 month baby boy born in Haiti and diagnosed bilaterally deaf (both ears). Long story short, Haiti does not have the proper medical infrastructure and the government support to help this little boy get a cochlear implant surgery that would give him the ability to hear and speak. The longer he waits to get the implant, the more irreversible speech and development delay will occur.  This would cost USD 30,000 including a trip abroad to get the surgery done (I myself have done research for my daughter and no kidding, it really cost that much). I spoke to his mother who didn't know what to do and who to turn to, and I felt the need to help them.  As a French national and a Hong Kong resident , and as a mother of a 6 months deaf baby myself, my family is fortunate enough to have access to the best-in-class health support, excellent medical care and infrastructure ...and this is all (or almost) FREE!! We tend to forget how lucky we are. This little boy does not share our luck.Please take some time to read his story, DONATE and SHARE THIS POST to help him get access to a cochlear implant surgery, this amazing, life changing technology that will give him back the gift of hearing and speech.Carine Story of Marc Alexandre: Hello everyone. We are Kamaïa and Darlin Jeanty, parents of 18 months old Marc-Alexandre. We live Haiti, one of the most under-developed country in the world.We suspected the deafness of our son when he was 2 months and a half, as he was not reacting to sound. Due to lack of medical resources and infrastructure in Haiti, we were unable to obtain a diagnosis right away. When Marc-Alexandre turned 12 months old, we had been recommended to have him checked out in Republic Dominican. Without a second of hesitation, we took out all of our savings and bought a flight for the 3 of us to go meet an ENT specialist there. The results were devastating: Marc-Alexandre was diagnosed bilaterally deaf (both ears). We were not sure what to do or where to turn. We do not know if he would ever say, "I love you Mommy and Daddy." We have prayed for a happy, productive life for Marc-Alexander, and we want him to go to school and someday graduate from university to pursue a career and a life that he chooses.The ENT was adamant that our son needed cochlear implants; Implanting Marc will give him access to sound which will provide him with the only chance of age-appropriate speech and language development. This will provide him the opportunity to a better education and independent employment as an adult in the future. If not implanted, it may lead to permanent changes in the auditory cortex in the brain which may make it impossible to benefit from a cochlear implant or any form of hearing restoration surgery in the future.  The cochlear implant bypasses the damaged portions of the ear and directly stimulates the auditory nerve. The signals are generated by the implant and are sent passed the auditory nerve to the brain where the signals are recognised as sounds.  However, the cochlear implants will cost USD$30,000 as we do not have insurance and there is no government social subsidy or help of any kind. We are raising money to pay for medical expenses including surgery, cochlear implant device, and a trip abroad for the surgery.Marc is growing up and as his parents; we know we have to do something. The only future for our son is to hear with cochlear implants. Just like everyone else, we want to give him the best possible future there is.Life is so precious and this innocent boy who deserves the right to live normally. In advance, we extend our heartfelt thanks for your incredible moral and financial support. Thank you for helping us change the life of our child. Kamaïa and Darlin Jeanty

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Help S'telle Ny Aina fight chronic renal failure

Help S'telle Ny Aina fight chronic renal failure

It is with sadness that we, family and friends, write this about SALOHINIAINA MANOHISOA Estelle Evan (S'telle Ny Aina ). S'telle Ny Aina is a loving nurse from Madagascar. She's a devoted wife and mother of two. Since she entered the health care profession, she dedicated herself to her fellows well-being. Taking care of people and seeing patients smile during their hardest time was a pure joy. She has been an Operation Smile Madagascar volunteer for more than five years. With Operation Smile, she participated to many medical missions as a Post-Anesthetic Care Unit nurse (PACU nurse).  In 2018, S'telle Ny Aina was diagnosed with an End stage Chronic Kidney Disease . She is currently undergoing dialysis three times per week which is very costly in Madagascar. But even under the dialysis her condition isn't improving. Her doctor suggested that kidney transplant is the only way to save her. Transplants surgery is a surgical procedure that still cannot be done in Madagascar.So we, Family and friends have contacted some hospitals in India for the procedure (Apollo Hospital). As of now, we collected just enough for some aspects of her treatments in India (the surgery) . But we still need your help for her pre and post-operative treatments, accommodation and flights to India, etc...   S'telle Ny Aina still has her hope high. She believes that her job in this world is not done yet. We friends and family would like to fight together with her and not let down her two small childrenWe would be most grateful for any financial helps and support to give S'telle Ny Aina a chance to live.Please keep her in your prayers

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Autism Dog for Billie - Autistenhund für Billie

Autism Dog for Billie - Autistenhund für Billie

Billie braucht einen Autistenhund - und ihr könnt helfen!Billie ist Autistin, Aspergerautistin oder hochfunktionale Autistin, wie immer man es auch nennen will.Billie hat jetzt schon einen Hund, George Michael - er hilft er jetzt bereits sehr im Alltag, aber er soll eine echte Ausbildung bekommen und dann wirklich verlässlich zur Seite stehen können. Billie wirkt nach außen komplett normal, aber sie dennoch komplett anders gestrickt als die meisten Menschen. Sie hört und sieht viel mehr und besser als normale Menschen, dh die Welt ist für sie immer sehr laut und grell. So lustig Billie auch ist, so schwer ist es manchmal für sie, andere Menschen zu verstehen, die meisten sozialen Regeln muss sich Billie beibringen, und wenn sie Fehler macht, dann nagt das sehr an ihrem Selbstwert. George wird dann für Billie:. Erkennen, wenn ihr die Umwelt zu viel wird und sie von zu starken Umwelteinflüssen abschirmen (indem er ihre Aufmerksamkeit auf sich lenkt). Erkennnen, wenn sie einen "Sensory Overload" bekommen, dh, wenn ihr Gehirn von den vielen Sinneseindrücken übervoll wird und nicht mehr mit der Informationsverarbeitung nachkommt. Er warnt sie dann und leitet sie aus der Situation heraus.. Er hilft er beim Einschlafen. Er senkt ihre Nervosität . Er hilft ihr bei der Bewätigung sozialer Ängste. Er ist ein Brückenbauer zwischen ihr und anderen Menschen. Er ist immer für sie da und sie für ihn. Ein Autismushund kostet wegen der umfassenden Ausbildung bis zu 30.000 euro. Da wir unseren eigenen Hund ausbilden wollen, wird es billiger - aber noch immer sehr teuer. Abhängig davon, wie schnell George lernt, wird es 10.000-20.000 euro kosten.Die Krankenkassen zahlen nichts dazu - wie bei den meisten Therapien für Probleme, die AutistInnen haben. Wir sind zwar als Familie in der glücklichen Lage finanziell nicht in einer angespannten Situation zu sein, da wir aber schon so sehr hohe Zusatzkosten aufgrund des Autismus haben (Einzelunterricht, wenn Billie wegen ihrer Ängste nicht die Schule besuchen kann, Psycho- und Physiotherapien, Betreuungsperson, Hörschutz, Sehschutz, Gewichtsdecke, etc etc) sprengen die Kosten für die Hundeausbildung wirklich unsere finanziellen Möglichkeiten. Es wäre sehr toll, wenn ihr mithelfen könntet, dass Billie mehr Freiheit & Lebensglück bekommt, indem sie einen Autistenhund an ihre Seite bekommt. Jede Spende, egal wie klein/groß ist willkommen :)  DANKE! ---- Billie is autistic, she is Asperger's or high-functioning autistic, however you wanna call it.Billie already has a dog - called George Michael - he already helps her a lot with her daily routines, but he needs to be properly trained so he can be a real realiable assistance for Billie whereever she goes. Billie will look totally "normal" for other people, but still she is completely different to your average Joe and Jane. Her hearing and visual abilities are way beyond regular human standards - which means this world we live in is constantly too loud, to bright, too colorful and generally to wild and exhausting for her. Billie is a very fun person, but it is incredibly hard for her to get to understand how other humans work, operate, socialize etc. She has to teach herself pretty much anything in the context of social interaction and especially in terms of language - reading between the lines, so complicated! Billie suffers a lot when she makes mistakes and usually other humans are not very forgiving regarding her misinterpreting standard human behavior. George will be there for Billie to:. Notice when Billie is getting overwhelmed and then distract her by concentrating her attention on himself.. Notice when she is going into "Sensory Overload", when her brain is overflown by too much sensory input and fails to digest and filter all the information. He warns her and leads her out of the stressful situation. . He helps her fall asleep.. He lowers her anxiousness. . He helps her deal with social phobias.. He connects between her and other people. He is always here for her and vice versa. Ein Autismushund kostet wegen der umfassenden Ausbildung bis zu 30.000 euro. Da wir unseren eigenen Hund ausbilden wollen, wird es billiger - aber noch immer sehr teuer. Abhängig davon, wie schnell George lernt, wird es 10.000-20.000 euro kosten.Die Krankenkassen zahlen nichts dazu - wie bei den meisten Therapien für Probleme, die AutistInnen haben. Wir sind zwar als Familie in der glücklichen Lage finanziell nicht in einer angespannten Situation zu sein, da wir aber schon so sehr hohe Zusatzkosten aufgrund des Autismus haben (Einzelunterricht, wenn Billie wegen ihrer Ängste nicht die Schule besuchen kann, Psycho- und Physiotherapien, Betreuungsperson, Hörschutz, Sehschutz, Gewichtsdecke, etc etc) sprengen die Kosten für die Hundeausbildung wirklich unsere finanziellen Möglichkeiten. Es wäre sehr toll, wenn ihr mithelfen könntet, dass Billie mehr Freiheit & Lebensglück bekommt, indem sie einen Autistenhund an ihre Seite bekommt. Jede Spende, egal wie klein/groß ist willkommen :)  DANKE!

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Support Shagufta Parveen

Support Shagufta Parveen

How many fruits have you eaten today? Given the Indian average food habits, I know, none. But that's your life, and your pocket's depth after all. Okay, so while all Kashmir people are terrorists, all small traders who can't donate crores to the "party funds" are anti-nationals and are to be therefore punished via demonetization and crazy tax GST and various other draconian measures until military beats them up. The list of such anti-nationals includes the fruit traders too. They procure fruits from all over, yes even from Kashmir, and bring them to your doorstep for ridiculously nominal profits. Hardly any savings they have; hence, as they say, "contribussan to the Nessan" is zilch. Meanwhile, what happens to their "biwi-baccha", family? They don't starve actually, but are always vulnerable, especially when sick with a rather uncommon kind of disease. So, we come back to our little angel Shagufta Parveen (16/F), who has been in various hospitals for last couple of months or more. Shagufta has a condition called Pancytopenia, where blood-cells density reduces drastically, and platelet count falls far below normal. Blood is not produced in her body as much as is required. The latest hemoglobin count was 3.9 g/dL! Now the doctors in Calcutta Medical College (Haematology) assure the family that the "disease" may be managed with a bone-marrow transplant IF there is a donor of bone-marrow in the family. Of course, given the current state of affairs, the treatment is beyond the dreams for that family. Her diet chart too is full of expensive items like Kiwi fruits (Rs. 30-40 per piece) etc. Yesterday when I went to see her in the hospital, she was still waiting for her lunch (2:30 PM) because there is nobody to bring her food from home - everybody is busy in the Mandi trying to gather money bit by bit. We ordered her food via Zomato there, that arrived around 4 PM. Just imagine a patient with her condition starving till afternoon. To cut a long story short, our little angel Shagufta Parveen is suffering from an autoimmune disease, SLE induced, ANA positive Pancytopenia. She will require lifelong medical support, and a decent diet. This is an unaffordable ask for her family, father being a fruit vendor, and mother and brothers being casual workers. During the initial few months, she might need a little more of our support, but later on, as the things fall in groove, the monthly requirement may come down to a bearable level. We have pledged to support her through the initial turmoil. The requirement is not that big, if a few of us join hands. Those who can afford to donate and build up a fund for her, please do so here. With just 1-click you can help an individual in need cover medical expenses and get back on their feet.* Give however much you want* All payments are 100% secureThank you!

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Lake City Kidney Care and Relief Foundation RAJASTHAN INDIA

Lake City Kidney Care and Relief Foundation RAJASTHAN INDIA

SAVE KIDNEY, SAVE LIFE  Il y a maintenant un mois, ma mobylette me conduisait dans l'incroyable ville d'Udaipur dans le sud du Rajasthan. Ici j'ai notamment rencontre Kaju Ji, leader de la fondation :                                Lake City Kidney Care and Relief Foundation  Kaju Ji a decide de faire de sa vie un combat apres le deces de son fils alors age de 22 ans, suite a une greffe de rein non aboutie. Alors je vais essayer de vous presenter cette fondation et de expliquer simplement la situation actuelle de l'Inde, qualifiee de 'grand bazar du rein'... Le rein est l’organe le plus transplanté au monde. L’Inde, avec près d’1,3 milliards d’habitants et près de quatre mille greffes par an, se place au deuxième rang de la planète en termes de nombre transplantations de reins. Mais avec les problèmes de diabète et d’hypertension galopants, ce sont près de 90 000 personnes qui ont besoin, chaque année, d’une greffe de rein dans le pays.En Inde, en théorie seule la famille ou des proches pouvant prouver un lien affectif fort avec le patient, sont autorisés à donner leur organe. Pourtant, la pénurie de donneurs compatibles dans ce cercle restreint et le gouffre entre l’offre et la demande de reins a donné naissance à des marchés clandestins qui n’ont pas de frontières. Aujourd'hui a Udaipur, 7 unites de dyalise existent. Chaque rein est formé de plus d'un million de néphrons. Le néphron est une sorte de centrale d'épuration qui va filtrer le sang. Ils éliminent ainsi l'eau et les minéraux en excès et les déchets tels que l'urée. Mais ce n'est pas tout. Les reins produisent aussi des hormones qui agissent sur la pression sanguine et sur la synthèse des globules rouges. Une défaillance des reins a donc un impact sur tout le corps. Quand la filtration ne se fait plus correctement, les déchets s'accumulent dans le sang et le corps s'empoisonne progressivement. Dans le secteur prive une dyalise coute 1100 RP soit 14 euros.Avec la fondation de Kaju, une dyalise revient a la famille a 600 rp soit 7.60 euros. Une greffe de rein coute 5 LAKHS minimum soit environ 6370 euros  A Udaipur, 6334 personnes sont actuellement en attente d'une greffe ou sous traitement...  Lake City Kidney Care and Relief Foundation se bat pour : - Implanter de nouveaux centres de dyalises a Udaipur et en zones rurales (de nombreux villages se situant a 50 ou 80kms dans des zones tres reculees)- Acheter du materiel medical (dyalise), lits... Lake City Kidney Care and Relief Foundation c'est aujourd'hui 59 greffes reussies     Rahul Vaishnav, a 16 ans et ses deux reins ne fonctionnent plus. Il est presentement en attente d'une donation.  Mahendra Singh Rathore, le fils de Kaju decede 5 octobre 2007 a l'age de 22 ans. Chaque don sera d'une grande aide pour chaque personne en attente d'un precieux organe. Cette cagnotte est ouverte jusqu au 1er octobre 2019 et sera reversee a l'association Lake city Kidney Care and relief fundation Udaipur.  Du fond du coeur et depuis cette Inde merveilleuse je vous remercie pour Kaju Ji, sa fondation, son fils Mahendra Singh Rathore et enfin pour l'ensemble de ces personnes en attente de traitement ou de greffe. Jai shree Ram  Janvier 2019, greffe reussie grace a la fondation Lake city Kidney Care, rein donne de la part de la maman pour son fils. Cout de l'operation 7.5 LAKHS rp soit environ 10 000 euros  Ensemble des donneurs, Udaipur city  SAVE KIDNEY, SAVE LIFE ​

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"Unidos por Laura / Supporting Laura"

"Unidos por Laura / Supporting Laura"

Hello everyone & welcome to the money pot of Laura Sánchez Muñohierro! First of all, thank you very much for reading our announce ! Laura is the mom of little María De la O and she is the sister, daughter, cousin and nice of a large family. Some years ago, Laura was diagnosed with Hepatitis C and she is currently going through a very difficult health crisis. What is happening is that her liver is not producing human albumin anymore and the cost of the teatment is $ 3,500 MXP (around 185 USD) per day. Laura does not have any public or private health services but she found the way of being accepted in the Public Nutrition Hospital. Even-though the hospital has public services, the treatments and services provided are very expensive. As a result, even with the support of her family and friends, the bills are too high and they are not being able to deal with the situation. Laura has been at the hospital in the intensive care unit and she has been in total isolation because she has immunosuppression (def: the partial or complete suppression of the immune response of an individual) due to 2 bacteries. As a consequence, things are not looking good.That is the reason why we would really appreciate, from the bottom of our hearts, if you can help Laura with anything.  Thank you very much and God bless you. If you want to give something, you can do it directly on this website or a bank transfer to the bank account of her daughter. The details of the bank account are: Name: María De la O SánchezBank: ScotiabankCLABE: 044 180 001 036 620 999 With just 1-click you can help an individual in need cover medical expenses and get back on their feetGive however much you wantAll payments are 100% secureWhy Leetchi.com? It's easy & transparent!Thank you!  "Spanish version written by herself" - Soy Laura Sánchez Muñohierro, mamá de María De la O e hija, hermana, sobrina y prima de una gran familia.Desde hace muchos años padezco hepatitis “C” y actualmente estoy pasando una fuerte crisis de salud.No cuento con servicios médicos públicos ni privados, pero logré que me ingresaran en el Hospital de Nutrición. A pesar de ser una institución del estado los tratamientos y la internación tienen altos costos que ni con el apoyo de mis familiares y amigos más cercanos estamos pudiendo afrontar.Mi hígado no está produciendo albúmina humana y el tratamiento tiene (en Nutrición) un costo de $3,500 diarios.Llevo tres semanas internada en terapia intensiva y en aislamiento debido a que tengo inmunodepresión por dos bacterias, lo que agrava aún más mi situación.  Mi hija María abrió una cuenta para que, quienes puedan ayudar, hagan un depósito. Cualquier cantidad será profundamente agradecida y aprovechada.NOMBRE: María De la O SánchezBANCO: ScotiabankCLABE: 044 180 001 036 620 999TARJETA: 5579 2091 0001 5947Si haces una transferencia, por favor notifícala al correo: . Cualquier información que puedas aportar contacta por favor a mi prima Nelly Muñohierro al mismo correo o por Inbox.GRACIAS POR TU SOLIDARIDAD.Laura Con solo un click podrá ayudar a Laura a recuperarse y poder pasar por esta etapa tan complicada. Usted podrá donar lo que gusteTodos los pagos son 100% segurosPorqué Letchi.com ? Porque es seguro y transparente Muchas gracias!

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