Medical Bills and Other Bills

This is my Fiancé Lynn Clark, The beautiful mother of our four children. Over the past year we have had some tough times come at us. In June of 2019 she found a lump on her left breast. The doctor told us it was just an oil cyst and that it was nothing to worry about. It was scheduled to be removed in August. When she went to have it removed, we found out we were pregnant with our fourth child. The doctor said it was okay and that they would just rather wait until after the pregnancy to remove it and all would be fine. We went on to buy our first home in September. Shortly after purchasing our home, the pregnancy began to get very rough for her, especially in the beginning. She had bleeding and we even lost one of the twins in the early weeks of the pregnancy. The emotions she had to go through and for me to see this was very hard on us all. 

Over the next few months she noticed the lump was getting bigger and bigger. It was starting to really bother her and cause pain. So a few months later in February it was decided by the doctor to go ahead and remove the cyst. February 14th (days after surgery) the doctor told us the unfortunate news that she did have triple negative BCRA-1 breast cancer (a very aggressive cancer) and that chemo treatments were going to be started quickly. She also had to start stress test and ultrasounds twice a week now. It was very difficult on her and our  family, many times I was unable to go and be there with her. Feb 24th was her first port placement. Feb 28th was her first chemo treatment with the  type of chemo they call Red Devil. On march 13th she had to have a second port placement because the first one was done incorrectly. 

45826034_1594945101387241_r.jpegAt this point we have already been through many ups and downs. I know she was feeling very down all the time. Her stress was sky high, and I felt absolutely helpless. It hurt me to see her taking all these punches one after another. Fast forward until July, she has had multiple chemo treatments now and its very rough on us all. During the middle of all this we have tried to continue our lives as best possibly but we have still been hitting bumps. She was told by her job at St. Elizabeth that they wouldn't no longer hold her position. They paid her no sick time, no leave during pregnancy, no FLMA. She was told she had to quit. Now she gets no unemployment and has no income coming in. To add to the wound, I recently lost my job do to COVID. The last year has been a challenge for all of us. 

We ask for your help to get our family back on track. The medical bills alone are going to be a nightmare. We just want our children to be able to have a good comfortable life. We know how hard this can be on people and we wish this on no one. We will be posting updates along the way.


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Chris Clark 
Independence, KY
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