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Camarr Smith is a 5 month old baby boy who at 2 months was diagnosed with Biliary Atresia, a life-threatening liver disease. Biliary Atresia occurs when the bile ducts fail to drain from the liver. Camarr underwent a quasi-operation to try and correct the condition, which proved to be unsuccessful. We were then informed by his doctors that a life-saving liver transplant would be necessary and he was immediately placed on the transplant list at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida.

As you can well imagine, costs for the transplant and related expenses are astronomical. Even with insurance, there will be many uninsured medically-related expenses such as travel and relocation expenses for 3 months, co-pays and deductibles and the costly immunosuppressant medications that Camarr will need to take for the rest of his life (and can range from $1,000 – $2,500 a month). Furthermore, due to this relocation and the time needed to care for Camarr, I will need to take an unpaid leave of absence from my job.

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October 8, 2013

Camarr is 21months and thank God he is doing good please continue to pray for him


October 8, 2013

As the Mother of Camarr I just would like to thank each person for their generosity it was greatly appreciated

Jamillah (Meka) Mother of Camarr

October 8, 2013

Hello Camarr, Feel better soon. We are working hard for the "Hope for Camarr" Walkathon to be held on April 30th, 2011 at Firemen's Field at Sebring High School in Sebring, Florida. I look forward to you being the first one to cross the line. Love you, baby Your Godparents, Brenda and Ken

Brenda and Ken Broomfield/Sebring, Florida

October 8, 2013

Don't miss the "Hope for Camarr" Walk A Thon / April 30, 2011/ Time: 8 -2 / Where: Fireman's Field - Sebring, Florida. Contact Miranda Mack for more information (304 - 3322)

Miranda Mack