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When a hero needs a hero: AFE Survivor in need of a kidney donor

On this Veteran’s Day, we’d like to thank all of those who have bravely served our country. We would especially like to honor two veterans connected to our organization and share their story with you. They are heroes in need of a hero. Daniel, a…

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Angela’s Journey: A lone survivor

In honor of breast cancer awareness month, we asked a two families to share their stories about surviving both an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) and breast cancer. They are the rare and the brave. Last week, we shared the Gorney family's journey as Ashley continues…

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The Rare and the Brave: Breast Cancer and AFE

Being a part of a small online support community of those affected by AFE creates a bond that defies distance and sometimes even language. Members often share very personal feelings that may not be understood by those who’ve not walked in their shoes. There is…

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Mother’s Day Art Gallery

Thank you to all of the artists who participated in this years Mothers Day Art for AFE contest. The winner with the most votes combined of Facebook and Instagram likes will have their art turned into treasured keepsakes and a Samsung Galaxy Tab4! Be sure…

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Young beautiful women at the weekly cloth market - Best friends sharing free time having fun and shopping in the old town in a sunny day - Girlfriends enjoying everyday life moments

Living Without Paula: Dealing With the Loss Of Your Best Friend

  In the fall of 1995, I was a sophomore at Kent State University and a member of Delta Sigma Pi.  I met Paula when she pledged my Business Fraternity. Mid semester, in a Statistics review session, we sat together and laughed and joked like…

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