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Sunday, 21 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 26, 2019

    Shlucha Suffering from Rare Illness

    A Shlucha and young mother of 3, the youngest only 7 months, is suffering from a rare blood disease and cannot afford the treatment. Full Story

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    What's her name for תהלים?
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    What's her name for תהלים?

    רפואה שלמה

    Just wondering
    Guest
    Just wondering

    Is it sickle cell anemia? I really hope she getts the money she needs the treatment!!! Feel better!!! 😀

    moshiach now
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    moshiach now

    we are praying for you

    What name should we daven for?
    Guest
    What name should we daven for?
    Name?
    Guest
    Name?

    What’s her full name?

    what
    Guest
    what

    is teh name

    thanks
    Guest
    thanks

    done

    Tehillim
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    Tehillim

    What is her Tehillim name?

    Bsuros tovos!
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    Bsuros tovos!

    Please open you hearts and pockets to help her.

    What's her name for Tehilim?
    Guest
    What's her name for Tehilim?

    We would love to daven for her.

    May we be a true role model!!!
    Guest
    May we be a true role model!!!

    We are the chosen nation. We should open our hearts and be rachamanim, Bashanim, and goalie chassodim!!!

    Moshiach Now!!! Hope you recover quickly!!!

    Donate mikes
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    Donate mikes

    Can I donate airfare miles?

    what's her full name and her mothers name?
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    what's her full name and her mothers name?

    for tehillim

    mi seberach
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    mi seberach

    Name

    Refua sheleima
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    Refua sheleima

    What׳s her full name and her mother’s name for tehilim??
    Refua sheleima!!!
    Moshiach now!!

    Have the fund organizers
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    Have the fund organizers

    contacted http://www.Jet911.com (844-STAT-911)? They may be
    able to help with travel.

    Attn: #2
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    Attn: #2

    1 – Sickle Cell is not terribly rare although it is more common in the African American population. It’s also very manageable with medication.

    2 – I would imagine the woman wants her privacy maintained to some extent and would not appreciate people trying to figure out what she has.

    to #17
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    to #17

    Good points! Thanks!!! 😀 I was just wondering b/c I’ve been doing research on it. Thanks for the heads up!

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