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Nisa needs your help for Ameloblastoma Surgery.  This campaign is sponsored by Gateway to Life Inc, a 501(c3) non-profit organization registered in the USA.  The person needing the funds is located outside of the USA but this campaign is allowed because the organization raising the funds on her behalf is a registered non-profit within the USA. Ameloblastoma is an internal growth in the joint of her jaw. The doctors want over $150,000 U.S. to cover the cost of the much-needed operation. We will accept a doctor who can donate their skill to help her. If she has to come to America to get the surgery, we will raise money for her travel and room and board. She is suffering greatly everyday! Please help this TT beauty stay beautiful and pain-free. We need immediate help. If you know a doctor that can help her, PLEASE SEND THEM OUR WAY! AND PLEASE Make your tax-deductible donations to stop a fellow human from daily excruciating pain by donating toward the surgery. WE NEED YOUR HELP. THANK YOU. INSURANCE DOES NOT COVER THIS EXPENSE IN TT. The doctors want over $150,000.The family is poor and cannot alone afford the cost of this operation. They are putting all of their resources together to help and it no way reach the amount needed. It is devastating to hear her moan and groan in pain every hour, and then she cannot move her jaw properly to eat or speak. It is unbearable for her and her immediate family. She also lives in fear that this tumor can be poisonous. Tests have been performed, but she yet needs specialized medical care, which is not readily available where she lives. We really need everyone all over the world to donate and help this young woman grow up pain-free. Please give so that she can get the help she needs to extend her life. Her grief and tears are unbearable. We need your help and support.

She needs to remove the tumor from her jaw. Please help this TT beauty stay beautiful.
The doctors want over $150,000 to perform her surgery.
Ameloblastoma is a rare, noncancerous (benign) tumor that develops most often in the jaw near the molars. Ameloblastoma begins in the cells that form the protective enamel lining on your teeth. The most common type of ameloblastoma is aggressive, forming a large tumor and growing into the jawbone. Treatment may include surgery and radiation. In some cases, reconstruction may be necessary to restore your teeth, jaw and facial appearance. Some types of ameloblastoma are less aggressive. Though ameloblastoma is most often diagnosed in adults in their 30s through 60s, ameloblastoma can occur in children and young adults. It is truly unbearable. Thank you for your support.


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