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Linda Polk, a 59-year-old mother of 3 and grandmother of 8, has become very ill with liver cancer. Her disease has progressed significantly, and at this point her only option is a life-saving liver transplant. Linda has been undergoing extensive evaluations at OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City and is awaiting the day she is called in for a new liver.

Born in Oklahoma City and a permanent resident for many years of Choctaw and Harrah, Linda worked for many years in the insurance and medical fields. Her passion has always been helping others and supporting her beautiful family. Linda’s family and friends are committed to seeing her through this transplant and the long road to recovery. They are her motivation and inspiration.

Updates (5)

December 15, 2016

Merry Christmas Everyone. Taking donations for new medication, CT scans every 3 months for the next 2 years at least and other test that is required. This is a costly procedure and not one that can be done alone. Please feel free to contact the foundation or myself with any questions you may have. Thank you.

December 5, 2016

Hi Everyone, I had my liver transplant May 29th 2016. This has been a very long hard road to go down and one I'm still struggling with. I still have a way to go with blood test, CT scans, new medication, anti rejection drugs, have had to go to the ER, among other many various things. I still need your help with the cost of things that the insurance will not cover.


October 17, 2015

continued prayers for you every day Linda.

kaye booth

September 22, 2015

You are one strong woman and we are all here to help you kick that cancers ass. I love you and am very blessed to have a mother in law like you.


September 19, 2015

Will continue prayers, for you to receive the liver transplant that you need.

Lisa DeSmet