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Michelle Needs Your Help

Family and friends of Michelle Bosquette are raising money to pay for uninsured medical expenses associated with transplantation.

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December 14, 2018

This week I had my first cataract surgery. My right eye is healing well and I’m in awe at how bad it really was!
Colors are so vibrant now in my right eye compared to the foggy, muted and dull left eye.
Cataracts are common in CKD patients due to the steroids and immunosuppressive drugs we take. I’m not even 50 yet!
It’s the holiday season! Lots of hopes and dreams on the minds of millions. I hope everyone gets what they wish for.
I got GREAT news about my donor! So far we’re looking good. Initial blood and urine tests have come back with positive feedback!
This means so much! I’m in the cusp of getting my life back!

Thank you for visiting my page. If you’ve donated please know it means more to me than you’ll ever understand. No matter how much it how little. Every penny is huge to me!

Great big hugs to everyone! Have a safe and happy holiday season. Stay warm and love the one you’re with!

November 15, 2018

Well, I’ve been terrible at keeping up!
I’ve been approved for Medicare coverage based on my ESRD finally! Insurance panic is over and I’m still actively listed for transplant!
What a horrible feeling of panic that was. Due to no fault of my own to be threatened with being removed from a transplant list because my own government changed the rules mid game.

The weather is getting colder and the costs of keeping warm go up here in Maine. I love the seasons but, this one puts the pinch on the pocketbook!

I Might have a DONOR!!!!

We haven’t gotten the go ahead yet but, waiting for initial blood work results! fingers crossed (and toes).

Cold morning today 11/12/18. they’re talking about snow coming in for Friday. Brrr!

Please remember to share my page with everyone you know. Every penny helps.

The fact is, even with Medicare, my medical expenses don’t stop. There are many things Medicare won’t cover 100% and some things they won’t cover at all.
My reality is that I may end up having to cover those costs which, over the lifetime of a kidney amount to tens of thousands. *My 1997 Transplant hospital bill was over $57,000. That was in 1997! My costs have never stopped since then. I really don’t know how my parents did it with us three kids. They didn’t, they had to declare bankruptcy twice and never recovered. I’ve not yet had to declare it but, without help I will.

Thank you again for your time and help. Please share.

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September 21, 2018

Wishing you all the very best, my friend. xoxo

Jill Klausen

August 2, 2018

I wish I had more to give.

Michelle Jordan

February 22, 2018

Thinking of you, Michelle. Hang in there! xoxo

Kelly Taylor