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Kiss MS Goodbye #HSCT

My name is Misty, 36 y/o wife and mother of two children. Also a nurse…until MS stopped me in my tracks in the summer of 2017. I was diagnosed with RRMS 11 years ago, but began having symptoms about 20 years ago. Over the years I have taken five disease modifying medications. For the past …
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Help Jessie Halt MS w/HSCT! ‘Cause yoga didn’t work…

Hi!  Jessie Simmons here.  As most of you probably know, I have multiple sclerosis. For twenty years I kept the symptoms pretty much arrested with diet, exercise, and occasional medication.  (I can report that kale is overrated.)  About 18 months ago, I started to lose the ability to walk.  12 months ago, the disease progression …
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Fight for My Life

Hi friends, I hope you’re having a good day so far. I’m reaching out to you because  I wanted to share my story with you.  My name is Gregory Williams–most of my friends know me as Plat, or Platinum. I was born and raised in the Bahamas, and currently living in Chicago, IL with my …
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Help us pay rent and utilities!

So as those of you closer to Brett and myself may know, we recently had a roommate leave on very short notice. To keep things brief, since our leasing office isn’t the best, aforementioned roommate had not signed the lease, and is not legally obligated to pay us anything. Aside from legal obligation, they weren’t …
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Rachel’s Rally Against MS

Hello. My name is Rachel Purdy (Ellerman). Wife of AJ Purdy and mother of two children, Ellie & AJ Jr. (ages 5 and 1). For nearly 8 years, I’ve been fighting a debilitating disease known as Multiple Sclerosis.  Sadly,  I’ve been progressively losing this fight. MS is a condition where a person’s own immune system …
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Help Cindy Beat MS

***ACTUAL AMOUNT NEEDED TO REACH GOAL IS NOW $3400*** My treatment is now scheduled for April 6, 2020, but I have to pay in full by February 6, 2019, so time is of the essence! In 2014, I was living my dream–married to my high school sweetheart, had two grown married daughters, a beautiful grandson …
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Rebecca’s HSCT Adventure

My Journey with Multiple Sclerosis…And What I Hope to do Next, with YOUR Help! What do homeschooling, holistic medicine, teaching a Sunday school class, and fundraising to travel to a foreign country for a medical treatment not available in the U.S have in common? If you answered absolutely nothing at all, that would be… incorrect! …
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Surgery Needed

 Hello my name is Sharese Renee, i’m 45 years old and a single mom of 3 daughters and within the last year I’ve had five eye surgeries; Because of this, I’ve gone through major pression and have gained excessive weight. This has caused high blood pressure and other health issues I’m asking for help so …
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little Nasser is fighting with lung cancer

cancer is the worst thing that can happen to a young boy. Nasser\’s parents can\’t afford the hospital purchase and it has put them into a very hard situation that their marriage has influenced by this happening.  Nasser had a really good childhood before getting cancer, the start of their adventure against cancer started the …
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Fontana Freedom Fight Against MS

My husband, Dave Fontana, is in the biggest fight of his life. As most of you know, Dave was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2016 at 46 years old and MS is proving too much to endure. In the last few years he has lost so much due to his numerous devastating symptoms. Earlier this …
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Disabled single father of 2 need help

Hello I am disabled and trying my best to get out of an abusive atmosphere that is effecting lives of my children and my health. Need to move out of state so my children are no longer abused and I have access to a great medical facility. I have a fused back, bad heart and …
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Stem Cell Transplant Fund

I have several debilitating autoimmune diseases that have required intensive therapy. As a result of my illness, I was medically retired from the Army in 2015 as a disabled vet. I also served in Afghanistan while in the Army. To manage my illness, I was required to take a plethora of medications, to include injections …
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