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Together we are stronger

Together we are stronger

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Until Martie's new lungs arrive, the only way to keep up with the progressive, degenerative nature of Pulmonary Hypertension is to increase Martie's imported IV medication. This medication is proving to be spectacular, keeping her off the heart transplant list so that she only needs a double lung transplant. 

Please help us continuing to crowdfund Martie's 20% co-payment of $2200 a month, by making small, repeat donations. 

Because maybe you too are not out of shape. Maybe your lungs are dying and you just don't know it yet. 

Donations

Name Comment Date Amount
Linda Dunn My little bit Jan 19, 2018 USD $ 26.54
Ben Archer I know it isn't much but I wanted in some way to help! Jan 19, 2018 R 205.64
Marilyn & Alger Faber Blessings in 2018. Dec 29, 2017 USD $ 210.84
Ned & Carolyn Spiller Merry Christmas, Martie. Dec 25, 2017 USD $ 105.28
J&H Sending you big hugs. The strength of the deep rooted trees and lots of love from Japan Dec 24, 2017 USD $ 83.60
Linda Dunn Merry Christmas, Martie! Dec 24, 2017 USD $ 52.67
Anonymous Merry Christmas! With lots of love. Dec 19, 2017 USD $ 524.32
Vicki B Love ya, Martie! Dec 04, 2017 USD $ 38.23
Linda Dunn Keep calm and carry on! Nov 14, 2017 USD $ 26.36
Linda Dunn Love you, Martie! Oct 22, 2017 USD $ 26.35
Andrea Met baie liefde Oct 11, 2017 USD $ 76.95
Marci Hugs Martie! Oct 05, 2017 USD $ 30.95
Linda Dunn Thinking of you, Martie! Sep 28, 2017 USD $ 21.04
R&J Hang in there! Sep 05, 2017 USD $ 81.27
Anonymous Strongs ?? Jul 31, 2017 R 510.00
Sonja Scholtz Hang in there Special Friend !! Jul 24, 2017 R 257.05
Chrissie All the best Martie. Jul 22, 2017 USD $ 81.55
Anonymous Good luck! Jul 03, 2017 R 783.04
Anonymous Hoping lungs come soon! Jun 29, 2017 USD $ 40.69
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Statistics

Donations to date

R 20 057.42

Fundraising target

R 29 000.00
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Medication for a rare disease is extremely expensive, even with excellent private health insurance. Of the 17 internationally approved treatment methods for pulmonary hypertension only 1 is available in South Africa. As the disease progresses, more medication and combinations of medication is needed to help get the patient to their double lung transplant in the best possible physical condition they can be in to survive the transplant.