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This past July, Peggy Windley successfully received a lifesaving stem cell transplant for a very rare and serious blood disorder known as amyloidosis. She is recovering well and taking one day at a time, as some days are better than others. She is fighting each day to resume a normal life, but her medical bills are piling up from her transplant. She lived for over a month at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and the costs associated with her transplant are overwhelming and more than Peggy can handle alone.

Peggy is a native of Florence County, South Carolina and she relocated to Brooklyn, NY where she worked faithfully in the medical field. She now lives in Darlington, South Carolina and has spent her time surrounded by family and friends, and caring for others, including her ailing parents. Now it is time to help Peggy – she needs your help with her out-of-pocket medical expenses. Even with health insurance, the cost of treatment for her surgery is very high. Post-transplant medications, co-pays, deductibles, travel and home healthcare is costing Peggy thousands of dollars each month.

Updates (1)

September 22, 2015

Congratulations to Peggy who successfully received her stem cell transplant in July at MUSC! Please consider a tax-deductible donation to help with Peggy's out-of-pocket medical expenses and medical bills from her procedure. Thank you for your support during this period of recovery for Peggy.