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Many of you know Denise Molina and the strong woman she is.

I have had the pleasure of knowing her since I was in Elementary school with her. Growing up I knew right away she would be a friend for life and she continued to be one of my best friends no matter where life has taken us. As we grew older I never knew the struggles Denise faced everyday due to having juvenile diabetes also known as Type I Diabetes.

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November 25, 2020

It’s been a roller coaster good day and bad but always thankfull I was able to get a donors kidney to help me live he will always be part of me even if I have not met him I thank him in heaven for healing my kidney I still have major difficulties cuse I came in with complications from diabetes tuberquousis and other thing that would be to much to write about… coming up soon I will be having to get in the list fir a pancreas because it’s always been hard to handle and delicate I’m triying to get ready by saving money and taking care as much as I can be able to find a donor for pancreas for now I’m triying my best to stay healthy and still be enjoying my kidney that saved me I will keep yal updated on what is next thank Denise

September 17, 2019

September 16, 2019
Everything was running smoothly Denise was already making the transition from Baylor Scott White in Temple, TX to Baylor College of Medicine here in Houston, TX. Denise started with allergies and before we knew it she was coughing on back on oxygen. It’s been almost a month and a half that she has been back on oxygen and we have been hoping that she would get off soon. But, not all things come by themselves. Denise is back in the hospital with a UTI and stomach bacteria that was caught in time. She was admitted to hospital on September 11th, she was pretty dehydrated. Nurses had a hard time finding her veins to place IVs and antibiotics. After 7 days she may be going home with additional medication for an infection. the good thing is that this did not affect her kidney transplant at all. She is still on oxygen and anxiety has kicked in and she is a bit paranoid of getting sick and losing her kidney. Lord help us! Even with everything going on we have faith that “this too shall pass” and we will be putting this behind us and keep going forward with God’s help.

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Guestbook

May 25, 2019

Get Well Denise! ❤️ to organ donors and their family!

Kristen Turner

May 24, 2019

❤️

christina carpio

May 24, 2019

Prayers your way beautiful

Sandra Zavala

May 19, 2019

Keep strong Denise. God bless you.

Jose Esteban Maldonado

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