For a Young Man in Need

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For a Young Man in Need

Post by Labrys » Thu Apr 03, 2008 7:44 am

The son of an online friend finally got a much needed (for years!) kidney transplant last January. Now it appears his body is rejecting the kidney....this is a dire thing, so please, tho' he is a stranger to you all, all good blessings. His name is Thomas, he is 18 and on his way to Cinncinnati, possibly to hear a virtual medical death sentence.

His mother is, of course, devastated. The more so because her kidney was a perfect match, but they insisted on using another instead because she has no health insurance.

Thank you in advance. :-(
Sounds like undulant rhetoric to me!
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Post by SageWolf » Thu Apr 03, 2008 5:52 pm

Many Blessings their way, For him for a recovery and for her in case he doesn't

Every thing happens for a reason and it will all work out in the end, for a tragidity(Sp) to happen a equal miricle will happen as well, but for that they will need to see past the tragic.It could happen right now or 10 years from now.

I'll send healing thoughts and energy as much as I can.

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Post by Windwalker » Mon Apr 14, 2008 6:27 pm

Yet another reason why health insurance is insane ;)

Tell them to move to a sensible country.

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Post by Labrys » Tue Apr 15, 2008 8:00 am

Windwalker wrote:Yet another reason why health insurance is insane ;)

Tell them to move to a sensible country.

Blessings to him! :
Thanks. Yes, insurance is nuts. His important blood counts are back down where they need to be and he is more alert now and moving about again. But the kidney is not working, so sooner or later, it is back to dialysis and all those problems.

But what is that saying "Where there is life, there is hope"?
Sounds like undulant rhetoric to me!
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