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Tampa Woman Needs Living Kidney Donor

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Betsy Urrea is a 27 years old Tampa woman from Hillsborough County, Florida. She was first diagnosed with kidney disease about 10 years ago in 2009 while in high school.  She was diagnosed with Glomerulonephritis. which is acute inflammation of the kidney. When diagnosed, doctors noticed both kidneys had already suffered severe damage. Urrea was also diagnosed with Factor V Leiden and developed her first blood clot during that time period. She had to undergo several blood & plasma transfusions. Unfortunately, failing kidneys comes with other health problems and in her case high blood pressure, gout flare ups and a few more blood clots. After years of treatment and medications, she was starting to feel better and she has been able to go about 10 years without the need of a transplant but tragically her kidneys kept getting worse. This brings her to today. She is now in stage 5 kidney failure and needs a transplant.
 
Are you in good health and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please contactbetsyneedsakidn This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or you can help with treatment expenses by clicking here, https://www.gofundme.com/betsys-amp-donors-kidney-transplant-funds. Save 1 Person. Save The World.

Erin Cornell from California needs a living Kidney donor

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Erin Cornell is 29-years-old only and grew up in Yorba Linda, California. She was born with congenital heart disease, she has had 4 open heart surgeries and has been fighting kidney disease her whole life. Erin first received a transplant 13 years back from her mom when she was16, however that kidney failed two years ago. Now, she is in stage 5 kidney failure andin need of another transplantto save her life and get off dialysis. Dialysis is not a cure, it simply buys some time before one is able to get a transplant. Dialysis has become more and more drainingfor her, mentally and physically but she is very positive and want to have her life back.Her antibodies are so high that it makes it difficult for people in her close family to qualify to donate. This also makes the situation more difficult to find a kidney that her body will accept but it's not impossible.She is very positive about finding a match and keep battling this horrible disease. She is able to accept type A (+,-) and O (+,-) blood types. Are you in good health and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please contact
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Tasha Needs a Living Kidney Donor

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HELP THIS MOM!
 
Tasha King, 42, lives in South Carolinaand is a mother of three children. She was born with 1 kidney.  Tasha has journeyed through motherhood battling renal failure.She has been on Hemodialysis for 15 years nowwith the machine set up in her home. She spends five days a week, three hours a day hooked up to it and IS fighting for her life. She also has a thigh graft, which has been her last resort for dialysis. Now, tragically, the access points on her body for the treatment are shutting down. So, she’s asking for a stranger to save her life.Doctors say she has less than a one percent chance of finding a match, but, every time she looks at her children, she knows that she can’t stop believing there's an angel out there that can save her life. 
 
Tasha King has been waiting for a life-saving kidney donation on numerous donor lists for more than a decade. Let us support this young mother and let her see her children grow up before her eyes.
 
Are you in good health and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please contactMUSC at 843-792-5097 and tell them you want to save Tasha King's life. Even if your aren't a match, you can be a match for someone else in the paired donor exchange and still help Tasha. 
 
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Baby has MDS - Needs Bone Marrow Match!

 

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Maci Hyman is only a 13-month-old baby girl from South Carolina. At this tender young age instead of playing with other kids, her activities take place in a room at Prisma Health Children's Hospital where she's been hospitalized since January. Maci was diagnosed with Myelodysplastic syndrome.  It's a disease that disrupts the bone marrow production of her healthy blood cells in her body. Often it is a precursor to leukemia. MDS can be life threatening in some cases. Doctors advise her parents to search for a bone marrow match. The bone marrow transplant is the only thing that can 100 percent cure the disease. Are you in good health and have the desire to save a life? If you answered yes, please visit  BeTheMatch.org and take the test to see if you can save Maci. it's simply swabbing the inside of your mouth with a cotton swab. The test is simple and free for anyone. You can also donate to help Maci's family with medical expenses by clicking https://www.gofundme.com/maci-mae039s-fight-against-leukemia or click https://www.facebook.com/macisfight/ for more information.

Saves Lives with Saveoneperson App!

 

Many people need medical miracles and have given up hope. We have seen countless people over time who needed living kidney donors, liver donors, bone marrow matches recieve their prayers answered from strangers. We created the Saveoneperson App because we see a real need to create a vehicle that's really simple to save a life.  The purpose of the Saveoneperson App is to connect people who need medical support with kind-hearted individuals who want to save a life. 

1) If you have a medical problem and need support post yourself on the SAVEONEPERSON App

2) If you are a kind hearted angel, scroll down the posts of people who need medical support on the SAVEONEPERSON App and reach out to an individual whose story touches your heart and see how you can make a difference in that person's life.

3) Download the SAVEONEPERSON App, today and save a life.

 

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