Una oportunidad de vida para PACO

Hola mi nombre es Fransisco Becerra Nuño tengo 29 años y esta es mi historia de vida...

Siempre fui una persona muy alegre lleno de vida, hace 6 años me diagnosticaron con isuficiencia renal cronica, afronte la noticia con miedo pero también con Valentía,
con el apoyo de mi familia, sobre todo de mi madre

hace 3 años estoy con dialisis peritoneal, cambie mis habitos y mi vida por completo, todo parecía funcionar bastante bien, cuando comenzo la pandemia al igual que muchos me quede sin empleo y no cuento con seguro, ha sido sumamente difícil pues tengo un hijo y no puedo costar sus gastos

cuando crei que lo peor había pasando el 23 de abril de este año mi salud se vio afectada y entre al hospital inconsiente a terapia intensiva, dios me dio otra oportunidad de vida fue un mes el que estuve internado,

mi MI MADRE fue mi más grande apoyo pues estuvo siempre conmigo el día 23 de mayo recibo mi alta, feliz de seguir vivo, el día 24 de mayo, un día después de salida del hospital, mi madre mi Guerrera mi fuerza y mi mas grande apoyo tubo un ataque asmatico y falleció...

El día de hoy mi salud esta peor que nunca después de varias opiniones de nefrologos encontraron que mi corazón ha empezado a fallar y mi unica salvación es un transplante de riñón tengo muchas ganas de vivir,

deseo con todo el Alma su apoyo para seguir luchando como lo hizo mi madre por mi ya que mi vida ahora depende del transplante.
Espero puedan ayudarme
se los agradeceré con todo mi ser! 

Hi my name is Fransisco Becerra Nuno, and this is the story of my life...
I’ve always been a content person and full of life individual. Six years ago I was diagnosed with Chronic Renal
 I confronted the devastating news, yes I was afraid but the motherly support from my mother and the love of my family I live passed it . It's been three years since I’ve been in Peritoneal Dialysis, I changed my habits and my life completely.
Everything seemed to work pretty normal until the virus started spreading and the pandemic started. Like many others I was left without a job, it has been a pretty rocky road that I can't see to get out of. I don’t have insurance, I have a kid to care of and can’t seem to have expenses covered. When I thought everything had passed back in April 23rd 2020 my health was badly affected I rushed to the hospital unconscious and was treated with intensive therapy, I was hospitalized for a month, God gave me another opportunity to live. During all of this my mom was my biggest support system and I’m thankful because she was always there by my side no matter what she never doubted that I could fight to get better. I was discharged on May 23rd words couldn’t explain how happy I was to have gotten another chance at life, May 24th a day after I was discharged my mom, my warrior, my strength and my biggest supporter suffered from an asthmatic attack and passed.
 Today my health has gotten even worse, after getting some opinions from various nephrologists they had come to a conclusion that my heart was starting to fail, my only salvation to keep living is a kidney transplant. I have the desire to live and see my child grow up next to me, I wish with my soul for your support to keep fighting like my mother did for me. My life depends on a kidney transplant. I hope you can help me. 

Fransisco Becerra Nuno,

Thank you.


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