Beat Kidney Disease

In July 2015, Kameron’s world ground to a screeching halt when he was diagnosed with Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS), a condition that affects the kidneys and is the leading cause of kidney failure in adults. This determined, patient young man gradually learned how to manage this debilitative disorder, and while he was recuperating, the Universe provided a unique opportunity. Kameron was “headhunted”, he interviewed, and for the next several years he was a Program Lead for internet behemoth Snapchat.

Unfortunately, the progressive nature of the FSGS has resulted in grave damage to his kidneys, and at 31 years old, Kameron is in Stage 4 kidney failure. He is on dialysis at least 3 times per week and is desperately in need of a kidney transplant. Even as he battles his illness, Kameron continues to do his community work and tries to maintain as “normal” a life as he can. He likes to attend Pow Wows and go fishing in Louisiana, the home State of his grandparents, Paul “Pa Paul” (Clayton/Ravare from Marksville Louisiana) and Precious Clayton, and go deep sea fishing with cousins in San Diego.

On Friday, 09/14/18, Kameron’s insurance plan informed him that his kidney transplant is approved, but he has five (5) months from this date to obtain a kidney and have the surgery completed. Unfortunately there are associated costs with post-operation necessities  that the insurance will not cover.
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Janice Persaud 
Ontario, CA
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