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Help a Marine Corps Veteran’s Wife with Liver Transplant Costs

Cynthia Bertram has been battling with serious health issues for several years.
She is now in a critical situation where she needs a liver transplant in order to
survive. We are asking family and friends to join us in raising funds for the nonprofit,
Help Hope Live, to help with the transplant-related medical expenses Cindy will face.

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May 7, 2018

Had to take Cindy to the USA Medical Center ER this past Monday the 23rd of April 2018. Had Chest pains and sharp pains under her right rib cage. The Chest Pain turned out to be caused from the Pain under her Ribs, Docs think it was her Liver reacting to the Medicines she is on to open up her Blood Veins and Arteries. A Right Heart Cath was done and the Pressures in the Pulmonary Artery has dropped to 30 which is good. Means the Medicines Veletri is working and doing what it is supposed to do. Could be her Liver trying to process that new Blood flow through it but due to the scarring, the Liver just can not handle it. Will update her page as I can. Thanks to those who have contributed to Help Hope Live, it enables all Transplant Patients to receive the help with High Cost.

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June 12, 2018

We got this, Cindy! God said so. Yours and Tony's journey has been long and hard. Your courage and strength is an example to those of us who have hurdles of our own to overcome. Continue to persevere, continue to shine. Never give up! Always in my heart and prayers.

Karen Lessey

June 8, 2018

Hey Cindy ! Tony, stay cool. This too will pass. God is good, Jesus has risen and based on my own personal experience with the reaper 1st hand, Jesus can handle it no problem. His name alone sends the enemy packing, so rebuke that devil, rebuke it in Jesus’s holy of holiest names. Everything is going to be cool. Keeping that faith is keeping that powder dry. Peace brother✌️

Chris Gilday

April 23, 2018

God is good, Jesus....

Chris Gilday