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Janet Needs a Liver and Your Help!

Janet Kafer, a thirty-six year resident of Simms and New Boston, Bowie County, has end-stage liver disease. Janet became seriously ill in December 2009 when she was diagnosed with acute liver failure, cryptogenic cirrhosis; 85% of her liver has been damaged. The doctors have determined that Janet’s only chance of survival is a liver transplant.

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September 29, 2022

A transplant is not a cure. It's a course of treatment that you will need to protect and manage for your lifetime, including participating in follow-up medical appointments and care, taking anti-rejection medications for a lifetime and potentially repeating the process for a second lifesaving transplant in the future.

Don't think of a transplant as "the end" -- only as a new beginning. Let us walk beside you on your journey and support you as you fundraise to cover a lifetime of large out-of-pocket transplant-related expenses.

October 3, 2019

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June 11, 2021


We are praying for you and we know that God has got this. He loves you and so do we.
Love Rachel (Barber)

Rachel Rodges

December 22, 2020

We hope this helps.

Joy Peterson

July 25, 2015

Janet you are in our prayers. You are going to get that new liver and fully recover. Many hugs, Margaret Lynch Siskow