Success! Jeremy from Haiti raised $1,500 to fund heart surgery preparation so he can life comfortably and confidently.

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Jeremy's treatment was fully funded on January 4, 2024.
  • Jeremy's story
  • Jeremy's update
June 7, 2023

Photo of Jeremy post-operation

January 18, 2024

Jeremy underwent life-saving heart surgery.

Doctors repaired the hole in Jeremy's heart with a patch during surgery, preventing any further blood leakage. Now, he's expected to lead a ...

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Jeremy's Timeline

  • June 7, 2023

    Jeremy was submitted by Owen Robinson, Executive Director at International Cardiac Alliance.

  • June 19, 2023

    Jeremy received treatment at Hospital CEDIMAT in Dominican Republic. Medical partners often provide care to patients accepted by Watsi before those patients are fully funded, operating under the guarantee that the cost of care will be paid for by donors.

  • June 21, 2023

    Jeremy's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • January 4, 2024

    Jeremy's treatment was fully funded.

  • January 18, 2024

    Jeremy's treatment was successful. Read the update.

Funded by 35 donors

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100% of your donation funds life-changing surgery.

Ange Signoline is a 42-year-old woman from Burundi. She is currently at our medical partner's care center, AIC Kijabe Hospital in Kenya, where she is seeking medical treatment for an internal ear infection affecting both ears. Ange Signoline's first visit to AIC Kijabe Hospital was in September 2023, when the hospital was recommended by a friend who lives in Nairobi, Kenya. She received treatment at the time, but the infection has recurred and she has recently been straining to pick voices. She came back to hospital where an otoscopy was done, and she was diagnosed with chronic sclerosing otitis externa - her ears are infected, there is a narrowing of the canal on the distal end, and there is also some pooling of fluid on the constricted segments. A surgical procedure has been scheduled for Ange Signoline, that will widen the ear canal and reconstruct the ear with a skin graft. The goal is a safe, ear infection-free state. However, Ange Signoline is unable to afford the surgery, having exhausted all the support she has received from friends. Her husband does not hold a stable job. She is worried about traveling back home to Burundi without receiving the care that she needs, and is requesting for treatment support. Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare, is helping Ange Signoline receive treatment. On April 19th, surgeons at AIC Kijabe will perform an otologic surgery to treat her condition. Now, Ange Sogline needs help to fund this $621 procedure. Ange Signoline says, "I came all the way from Burundi to seek care for my blocked ear canal. Please help me receive treatment so I can prevent hearing loss.”

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