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Posted on May 03 2015
Now, my mother has never liked being the "patient" as she has always been the one to care for other patients. She is the supervisor over TWO cancer offices in Waco, where she has been employed at for 15 years. She has always played a huge role in finding financial assistance for patients in need and has made a huge impact in her patients' lives. It has not been easy for my mother over the past few months, but she continues to push hard through each day even when she just wants to throw in the towel. My mother has done so much for so many people and I feel that since the table has been turned, it is only right that she is taken care of the same way she has cared for so many.
On the journey to getting her new set of lungs, she will require MANY doctor visits, medications, tests, and travel to make sure she remains "healthy" enough to eventually get the transplant & still be able to have somewhat of a normal life. Many of these appointments will be out of Waco so there will be alot of traveling and lodging expenses, on top of the growing medical expenses. We do not ask for sympathy or pitty, but do ask for support and encouragement throughout the journey she will soon face. It has definately been a roller coaster for us all but with love and support from our family and friends, we know that anything is possible.