Even for patients who have good insurance coverage a transplant can still be a tremendous financial burden to anti-rejection medications, co-pays, transportation, and follow-up medical care after receiving a transplant, the out-of-pocket expenses add up quickly . Doug is the main support of income for his family, so add to this
include his Family expenses related to the transplant surgery, including the Donor.
We are so grateful that Doug will have his Kidney Transplant on January 31 , thanks to an Amazing living Donor, and we wish to support Doug & his Donor & family during this time.
Monique, Doug's Donor & cousin, from The Netherlands will be making the trip to Canada, & staying until she is cleared to fly home.
Doug will have time in the hospital & once cleared to come home Doug will have many weeks of recovery and rest and this family will need our love and support.
We also have a Meal & Chore plan; https://mealtrain.com/1203ew
to assist Doug , Candice & Cortlynn with things like cooking, & those personals that need to get done & pile up while we dedicate ourselves to Doug & his recovery.
Please join us to help lighten the financial burden associated with the transplant, the financial strain of being out of work for quite some time, & we pray for his speedy recovery.
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