I am a kidney transplant patient. When I had the transplant I was married, and not worried about paying for the drugs to keep my kidney from failing. Now I am divorced, and on my own. I had a brain aneurism within days after transplant. I have also had several strokes. I have been sewing in my home for a design firm to help support myself. I struggle mentally and physically to do this. I do not want to become a burden to the state. I have worked hard to make I can support myself. But I struggle to pay for my meds. If it happens again, if I my new kidney fails– I won’t go back to dialysis or get another transplant. It was hard the first time, but I am grateful for the time I have had and the ability to take care of myself with a little help from people like the Kidney Foundation. God Bless you, thank you for your support. Marie W.
https://www.towkars.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/towkars-car-donation-logo-300x165-300x165.png 0 0 kidneyadmin https://www.towkars.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/towkars-car-donation-logo-300x165-300x165.png kidneyadmin2010-12-02 14:58:332010-12-02 14:58:33I struggle to pay for meds