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After a routine employee check-up, Marsha was found to have contracted Hepatitis C. Her particular genotype of Hepatitis C statistically does not respond to medications. She has been told her only hope is a liver transplant. She has been attending pre-transplant counseling and medical exams at Lifelink in Tampa and seems to be getting closer to becoming a transplant candidate.

Although Marsha has medical insurance, funding a transplant surgery is a monumental task—there are so many uninsured expenses. In order to meet these expenses, a fundraising campaign in Marsha’s honor has been established with HelpHOPELive , a nonprofit organization that has been assisting the transplant community for over 30 years. All donations are tax deductible, are held by HelpHOPELive in the Southeast Liver Transplant Fund, and are administered by HelpHOPELive for transplant-related expenses only.

Updates (8)

August 29, 2016

I'm feelin great you guys. 2 years without virus.Having tests done every 6 months. Labs, Ultra sound CT. Will continue to monitor. Sure wish I could go back to work. Volunteering wherever I can. Mostly at the Horses for the Handicapped We have a great program here And I get to ride a little. Taking it easy though. Horses are unschooled and unpredictable. I love teaching the kids the most. And were waiting on a grand for Wounded Warriors to come and get therapy. My love to you all and thanks for all your donations.

December 26, 2015

9 months free of the Hep C Virus. Now what.??Probably yearly check ups. CT Ultra sounds, labs, maybe for ever, any thing but a transplant I hope.


August 4, 2014

Stay positive girlfriend! Love ya!


April 21, 2011

I love you girlfriend...I wish I could just give you my liver :)

Lynn Mendoza-Hazlewood

April 10, 2011

Hey, Marsh! I just sent you an e-mail. I'm happy to see you know about making a personalized NTAF Facebook page. It's something I was going to suggest to you. I hope the donations roll in fast and furious! I just sent you a message via Facebook. Love and prayers!

Kathy Miller, Port St. Lucie