Kidney Warrior

Kidney disease is a difficult thing to live with. Even harder is being on dialysis and waiting for a kidney transplant. 
   Meet BOB HAID, A 57 year old, soft spoken husband and father, who is hard working with a kind heart. 
Bob was diagnosed with kidney failure two years ago. His kidney function has now decreased to 9% and will now be beginning dialysis. The Cleveland Clinic is in the process of reviewing his case now to be on the transplant list. 
   The hope is for a living donor to give not only Bob his new lease on life, but also to give his wife and son many more years to be a family.
    Medical Bills for this disease continue to add up. Any help you could offer Bob and his family for medical expenses will be greatly appreciated. The cost of some transplantion is not covered by most insurance. Any donations- large or small are greatly appreciated. Imagine possibly being able to make a difference in someone's life by donating today.
      Bob and his family are hoping and praying to find a living donor, because waiting on the transplant list could take up to 5 years or longer. If you, or someone you know are interested in helping Bob by becoming a living donor, contact the CLEVEND CLINIC at [phone redacted] ext. 46996.  Ask for the transplant coordinator Missy  Drummond ( 216) [phone redacted].


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