Donna Needs Our Help!
My daughter, Donna Kovacs, is just 54 years old. Her life was thrown into upheaval several years ago when she was diagnosed with NASH (NON-alcoholic steatohepatitis). The disease had progressed to cirrhosis of her liver so doctors placed her on the liver transplant waiting list. On January 29th, 2017, Donna received the call everyone was praying for and on January 30th she was the fortunate recipient of a liver transplant at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio! Thanks to the incredible surgeons, Donna is on her way back to health, but she still needs our help because the medical bills continue to mount.
September 21, 2017
Today is September 19, 2017 and I am doing great. There is no sign of rejection and I continue to feel the difference in my spirit. My WBC and hemoglobin continue to go too low so I periodically have to get a blood transfusion.
I am starting to get bills from the hospital so I am thankful for those of you who continue to give to my cause.
Most of all I am eternally grateful for all your prayers. God hears us and answers in mighty ways.
May 6, 2017
I just wanted to tell you that Donna and Mable are home now! They were greeted by many friends, family, and neighbors, which made their return extra special. Donna is happy to be home and looking forward to settling into her new life. She continues to improve each day.
Thank you! to everyone who has shown Donna and her family such tremendous support in so many ways.
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July 12, 2017
Donna - we continue to stand with you in love and prayers
Andre and Vicky
June 10, 2017
Donna, We are so pleased to hear that you are progressing well. Our thoughts and prayers are with you every day, Love,
Art & Shirley Warner
June 12, 2017
Hi, Donna, just learned, through the articles in Voices, of your extraordinary journey. Wonderful how God has walked with you. We'll keep you in our prayers. Please greet your mom for me.