Spread the Love: A Nurse With Chronic Kidney Disease Needs Another Chance in Life

Nurses play significant roles in clinics and hospitals. It is one of the noblest professions in the world. Everyday, a nurse monitors patient, educate individuals and families, and manages medical records. They provide the best care for the patients and the families.

But what will happen if the person who is supposed to take care of the patient is the one needing care and assistance now? A 27-year-old nurse and freelance lecturer named Beverly Anne Siasat Dancil is knocking on our hearts to help finance her dialysis and transplant.

Final Stage of Chronic Kidney Disease

Beverly was at the peak of her career when she was diagnosed with End Stage Renal Diseases, the final stage of Chronic Kidney disease. Her kidneys have stopped working well enough to survive. She was reviewing for an exam so she can start working abroad and help her family when she was diagnosed with the deadly disease. The once persistent, hardworking, and energetic nurse is now suffering in the hospital.

Fortunately, Beverly has a supportive family, relatives, and friends who are continuously helping her with her journey. She is currently undergoing peritoneal dialysis for four months. This dialysis is made to remove excess fluid, correct the electrolyte problems, and remove toxins in her body.

To Undergo a Kidney Transplant Soon

Beverly will be undergoing a kidney transplant soon. She and her family are now humbly seeking for help and support.

It’s a heartbreaking reality that a lot of people who are sick could not afford to have themselves treated due to the expensive medicines and medical procedures. If you wish to give Beverly some of your blessings and help her continue with her life, she has a Gava account setup to finance her kidney transplant.

Beverly’s friends are also selling Ballpen-For-Cause for her kidney transplant. Each pen (gel-tech pens) costs PHP50.

[Image Credit: Louie Anne Cardines Angulo / Facebook]
[Image Credit: Louie Anne Cardines Angulo / Facebook]
The transplant, including other medication, might cost up to $10,000.00. Currently, the family already raised $820.00.

When you start opening your heart and do something truly meaningful for another person, it starts becoming infectious and you will want to do it over and over and over. Others will start doing it too! Let’s give Beverly another chance in life.

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