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Family and friends of Felix Lentz III are raising money for the nonprofit Help Hope Live to fund uninsured medical expenses associated with Catastrophic Illness.

Felix has chosen to fundraise for Help Hope Live in part because Help Hope Live assures fiscal accountability of funds raised and tax deductibility for contributors. Contributors can be sure donations will be used to pay or reimburse medical and related expenses. To make a tax-deductible donation to this fundraising campaign, click on the Give button.

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February 26, 2022

My name is Deanna, and I am writing this on behalf of Christi, Felix's partner. She is too frazzled to write an update, so I thought I'd help.

So, I have an update! This is all second-hand from Christi, so bear with me as I try to get this onto “paper.” A lot of this will be direct quotes.

So as it turns out, Piedmont in Atlanta did help my friend Felix. But that’s not the end of the road for them. Christi says, “We’re gonna be stuck in ATL for a while, not only for the port [that needs revision] but they want to do the testing for the LVAD . . . as well as another port or central line.” She adds, “We’ll have gas, hotel, and food expenses. They said he may or may not be hospitalized, but we have to be within a 30 min radius [of Piedmont while all this is happening].” And as one final obstacle for their plans, she writes, “The housing they usually have for us has a waiting list!”

She does have pics of the port that needs a revision, but has decided not to share, as “the pics are gory for some.”

So in light of these updates, Christi has asked me to update Felix’s HelpHopeLive in the hopes that someone out there might be willing to fund this lifesaving trip for Felix. They are leaving tonight, so please don't hesitate!

Stay tuned as their journey continues to unfold. Thanks for reading!

January 26, 2022

Lord help I did not realize an update had been made SORRY. This Christi I’m Felix’s gf. So we had the procedure’s needed at Cleveland Clinic and Felix does indeed need the LVAD. Here’s the kicker….for Cleveland to do it we’d have to temporarily relocate to Ohio which was NOT an option. Luckily we had a rockstar Dr at Cleveland that has fellows here in GA. He personally would let the GA dr treat him and his family! So our initial appt with Piedmont ATL was Dec 30 unfortunately Felix had to call EMS on me that day and I was hospitalized with COVID Pneumonia. Needless to say it’s been tryin times!!! He finally will get to see the GA Dr Feb 2nd. We’ll find out more info then and have information to pass along on the need(s) then.

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