Rachel Vs. her Gall Bladder

Friends I am here today to ask you to help out Rachel and her fight against her Gallbladder.  Over the last few years Rachel has suffered from abdominal pain. She was first told her gallbladder might be the culprit back in 2015 after spending some time in the ER. Although she made lfestyle changes in hopes of healing she ended up in the ER almost a year later with the same problem. The doctors suspected it was a stone and it would pass, and Rachel was sent home. 
 Now, after moving to North Carolina, starting a new job, and living in a brand new place with a limited support system, Rachel has found herself with her Gallbladder giving her trouble again. The pain now worse than before and an ultrasound later she has found out that her gallbladder is FILLED with stones. Her doctor is recomending that the best course of action is to remove her gallbladder all together. 
  Although this is, in a way, great news becaues Rachel is finally getting answers and a solution to her on going pain, it does raise some new callenges.  After taking her life savings to move to a new town in a new a state 900 and start a new job 900 miles away from her friends and family, cash is tight. Rachel's insurance is only covering a portion of her bill, and she is already really nervous as to how she will afford the rest. 
  Every little penny helps.  Help Rachel vanquish her poisoned gallbladder once and for all. 

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  • Anonymous 
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  • Anonymous 
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  • Erica Eynouf 
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Organizer and beneficiary 

Courtney Brooke Hall 
Organizer
Black Mountain, NC
Rachel Statham 
Beneficiary
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