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When I was diagnosed with ALS at age 28, I lost my teaching career, my plans to travel, and the chance to start a family with my husband. I lost my future. I almost lost hope, but being surrounded by so many people unwilling to let me go helped me step back from the edge. Now I am determined not to let a day go by without fighting for my life.

You can learn more about Rachel by reading her blog at howilivewithals.com  |  View Rachel and Evan’s Love Story done by KGW TV Portland, OR in March of 2018. www.youtube.com

This campaign is for Rachel Doboga’s private nurses needed for ventilator care so she can continue to reside with her husband, Evan, at home. Rachel had a tracheostomy enabling her to breath in March 2020 and her ventilator care is not covered by insurance.
Today Rachel cannot speak, she has a feeding tube for all her food and meds, a port into her heart and her spine for meds. She is confined to her bed/wheelchair and relies on her eye gaze machine for communication.

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March 1, 2021

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September 1, 2022

In honor of Evan's birthday

Amy Larsen

January 11, 2022

Sending you much love in the new year, Rachel and Evan!

Lani Crane

December 21, 2021

Best wishes to you - and prayers!

Michael O’GRADY