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Connie Piening from Cincinnati, Ohio was recognized with lupus in 2007 which led to her prognosis of persistent kidney illness in September of 2017.
This debilitating situation has made her each day actions very troublesome. Connie is 72-years-old, a spouse, mom, sister, grandmother and nice grandmother. In 2012, Connie misplaced her mom and began serving to her brother deal with their different handicapped brother, however she doesn’t have the energy to assist any longer.
In October of 2019, Connie’s husband had a stroke, which added further stress. Connie has been on dialysis for 3 years and does dialysis each night time for 12 hours, however dialysis will not be a lifesaver; she wants a transplant and time is of the essence because of her age. This illness is slowly taking away time along with her household and she or he could be very a lot wanted at house to deal with her family members.
The wait checklist for a deceased donor is lengthy, and Connie wants an angel to provide her the present of life. That’s the reason I humbly ask that you just please get her story out by sharing and inspiring others to share Connie’s story as effectively.
Connie wants blood sort zero and she or he is listed at Christ Hospital, 2139 Auburn Avenue, Cincinnati, OH.
Please name Paula Frankhauser, Transplant Coordinator, at 513-585-1427 and inform her you’d wish to be a donor for Connie Piening. Paula will ask you some questions and direct you from that time on.
Please assist Connie she wants you.
Thanks in your assist.
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