Bill Love's post-transplant fund.

Hello my friends. This is a long overdue change in my story. As most of you know, I recieved the best Christmas gift ever, when I got my lung transplant on December 18.  I did fine for about a week, then completely crashed and almost didn't make it. I'll spare you all of the details, but I was on life support for 22 days and in ICU for nearly six weeks. That's all in the past and I've been home for a couple of months doing physical therapy, getting my strength back, and closing in  on leading a normal life again. I already am able to do so many things I never thought I would do again and have so much more to look forward to! First, I need to thank my donor. I don't know who he is, but by signing up to be an organ donor, he saved my life. I don't know if I could have done this without all of you. The generosity of my friends and business associates blew me away. Your financial and emotional support  helped me through the toughest time of my life. I can't thank you enough.
I've debated taking this page down, but have decided not to for now. The monthly co-pay on just my prescriptions alone is $1,500. Weekly trips to Philly, staying at the transplant house, and  sometimes daily medical bills are not going away, so the page will remain. I'll keep you posted on my progress......Bill
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Bill Love 
Reading, PA
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