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Cynthie Needs Our Help!

My mother-in-law, Cynthie Ingalls Link, is very sick and in need of a lifesaving kidney transplant. About three years ago, in May of 2012, Cynthie became ill for several weeks with pain in her lower back and very high blood pressure. After a couple visits to her Deaconess Hospital doctors, they diagnosed her with end-stage-renal disease. Dialysis started immediately. Cynthie, who is always eager to lend a helping hand to others, now needs our help, because the cost of a transplant is overwhelming.

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August 12, 2015

Hello everyone! This webpage is created on behalf of Cynthie. Cynthie started dialysis about 3 years ago (May 2012). She became very sick for several weeks upon discovering of her illness and that she will need a kidney transplant. After a couple visits to her doctor, she was given the news of her kidneys going bad (Deaconess Hospital). The symptoms that Cynthie experienced: pain in her lower back and her blood pressure was high. But before Cynthie can be put onto the list for kidney transplant, she must get all her teeth removed and be replaced with dentures. Cynthie is currently on the inactive list for the kidney transplant. The expenses for this procedure is something that Cynthie is not able to afford, as well as her kidney transplant. Our goal is to raise at least $1,000.00 for her teeth work and any other expenses that will concur prior to her kidney transplant and thereafter. We believe Cynthie is deserving of this because she’s helped us in so many ways and helped others as well. Cynthie had to quit working because of her unexpected health issues. To this day, she’s been living on a very limited income, after paying rent to her landlord and buying necessities for her daily living needs. It’s almost impossible for her to save up for anything besides a little for food and transportation to and from dialysis (3X per week). We hope to raise money for Cynthie asap. We plan on doing either a golf tournament or bowling. We thank you for all your support, Josie and Jason Link

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