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Most of you that know me are aware that I am a type 1 diabetic. I was diagnosed at the early age of 6; now I am 27 and have many medical issues due to diabetes. A few years ago I lost my vision because of the disease, but by the grace of God I was able to regain it shortly after. Recently, I was diagnosed with end stage renal disease, meaning my kidneys are no longer functioning. As a result, I am now on dialysis which is doing the work to filter my blood of toxins that my kidneys can no longer do. It is keeping me alive. My doctors at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL have told me that a kidney and pancreas transplant is my best hope at a long and healthy life.

Transplants are life-saving, but extremely expensive. Even with insurance, I will be responsible for many out-of-pocket costs, including travel, co-pays, deductibles, lab fees, and the anti-rejection medications I will have to take for the rest of my life. I cannot do this without your help.


October 22, 2016

I want to say Thank You and Gracia for all those who have supported my Angel to get closer to her goal. May GOD Bless you , Y Que DIOS bendiga a todo quen ayuda a mi amor Cynthia.

Jorge Maldonado

September 28, 2016

You are in our hearts. May God bless you.

June and TaTa

September 27, 2016

Cynthia, you are a beautiful girl inside & out. My heart breaks, To know your still suffering. You have already suffered so much and continue the battle this daily. This makes you a Super women.... you are strong, resilient & Loving. God will see you through this.
I miss you & remembers the days in Pa, when we would go to your house and play out back. Great memories... Maybe we can create new ones soon.
•May God bless you and fill your heart with countless beautiful thoughts, that no room remains for worry and fear but only love & happiness.
You are The Kings Daughter which makes you a Princess...

Omayra Diaz