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Heath was born with “Transposition of the Great Vessels”. He struggled for 43 years just trying to live a normal life. He suffered with open heart surgery as a baby, congestive heart failure, 2 strokes, a heart attack, kidney problems and then a heart transplant. Ongoing medications and traveling 250 miles for his doctor appointments are some of the expenses that Heath has.

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March 31, 2020

Heath continues to thrive. He is taking cautious measures in this unpredictable times that we are living in. Heath will be on immunosuppressants for his entire life. This makes him more vulnerable to Covid-19. He had to cancel his monthly Pentamadine breathing treatment in Abilene. His doctors want him to stay home and be safe from germs. Hopefully everything will be settled down by June. That is when his 3 year appointment will be in Dallas, with lots of major testing to be done. Thank you to those of you who have shown support to Heath. We appreciate you and your prayers.

January 12, 2020

Heath continues to do well. His most recent checkup and tests in Dallas were good.
Every month he drives to Abilene for a breathing treatment. This is to strengthen his immune system so that his body is able to fight off germs. He will return to Dallas in February for more tests.
Thank you so much to those who have supported Heath. You are truly appreciated.

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