Transplant Tales: to China and back

Monday, November 13, 2006

Hey everyone,

I hope your all well this holiday season, well it looks like someone has benefited from the website, I spoke to ma took a wile back re: her nephew Kevin they were having trouble getting the right direction in getting a transplant, I'm so happy there on there way and keeping life will be extended and hopefully long and prosperous, best wishes Kevin.

Also Steve Around the corner will benefit, It's great .
If we all stick together and pool our minds together and get our family and friends together and involved together we can beat this , and ultimately find a cure!

Keep bloging this is a global issue like everything is now a days. Its up to us the people of this planet who are in control of our own destiny, lets talk come on get it out there that's how we find solutions.

Well as I have been telling all of you the book is done but I'm having some trouble , wondering if you will like it . I made it informative as I know how to, trying to keep it lite .
I want to go for it, but unfoutunatly we are a little taped right now, and getting it published is an expense that's not a priority right now.
Hey to my partners out there
you know who you are.
If heaven for bid I don't make it very long , don't forget the widows and orphans fund, Ill rest easy knowing my partners are taking care of them.
Thanks to everyone for all your support, it will never be forgot.
Lets all who visit this site leave a brief story which may help others.
So for now stay positive love to all

So if any one out there wants to help, you can I figured if I got 1 cent from every one in the U.S.A. I think that would do it. Ha, Ha, Ha,


Anonymous Anonymous said...

My love one needs liver transplant. How reliable is the transplant surgery in China?

11/16/2006 4:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please email me, I want to know about the risk of going to China for transplant. Thanks!

11/16/2006 4:04 PM  

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