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Mikayla is an 18 year old young lady who suffers from Cystic Fibrosis. Mikayla has battled all her life with this illness and it has caused many ailments. Three weeks ago Mikayla was evaluated for a double lung transplant in which they said she was “too healthy” to be listed on the transplant list.

Fast forward to the last 72 hours…Mikayla fell critically ill, was put on life support, and needed an emergency double lung transplant to survive. Mikayla was actively listed for transplant yesterday July 26th 2017 at 5pm and the call came no less than 5 hours later. Mikayla is currently stable and recovering from this 7 hour surgery.

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October 5, 2020

Today we join with Mikayla’s loving supporters to extend our heartfelt condolences to Mikayla’s family and friends. We wish you peace and comfort at this time of sorrow. – Help Hope Live Staff

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June 30, 2018

Many prayers, much love and blessings to you. Believe and stay strong

Dana Gilman

July 28, 2017

Hi Jessica & Mikayla! :) Stay strong!! I saw this campaign on the FB page of a friend whose son has CF. I've known her 25+ years & known her son all his life (which hopefully will be a long one!) I've also lost 2 online friends to CF. So this topic is very close to my heart. I sent a small donation & am sending a LARGE amount of good thoughts for Mikayla to have a fast recovery w/ no complications! Cheers from San Jose, California -- Shari K.W. :)

Shari Witaschek

July 28, 2017

You are two of the bravest women I know. I'm sending positive vibes and lots of love to both of you. Hugs!!

Kristy Rubi

July 28, 2017

I haven't met you or Mikayla but my oldest son Ron knows her. As a mother I pray for you and her. I couldn't donate much but I know anything helps. I will continue to pray for u both that she has a quick and full recovery. ❤

Nichole Deberry

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