Doing Good Things - Help David Lee Seng Kieong

Hi Readers, Please take note on this .. I guess this is one of the true junk mail that I received ... As one of the helping hand, I posted it in my blog to spread the news around ...

To all our dearest family members, relatives, friends and stranger friends who would like to help out.
My brother, David Lee Seng Kieong, aged 48 was recently diagnosed with a fatal liver illness, Hepatocellular Cancer. Doctor has indicated a very short survival life span. The only way out is through Liver Transplant.

David is currently attached to Shell Petroleum in Miri. With 3 loving kids (aged 9-15) and his wife, Crystal, David has been faithfully and loyally serving God through his work in the various churches in Miri and he is also one of the founder of the Senadin Church for youth in University of Curtin campus. Devoted to God, his family and his work while harbouring hopes of seeing his 3 wonderful kids going through colleges, having health problems was the last thing on his mind.
David and his loved ones are now put to test. Unless and until a transplant is performed, David's chances of survival is slim or I would say ZERO! Nevertheless we believe God is working and He has a way. We now earnestly, sincerely seek all of your assistance to circulate this email especially to those who knew David, to come forward giving only part of your liver to save his life. If for certain reasons you are unable to do so, we would very much appreciate if you would forward this email.

Following are some information pertaining to Donor Assessment:-
* Age 21 to 54
* Donor must be physically fit and liver functioning well, have adequate size and suitable anatomy;
* Have blood Group that is compatible (in this case, David is of AB group which means he can take in ANY Blood Group!)
* No significant or major health problems;
* HIV, Hepatitis B & C should be negative.

Donor will be assessed by doctors, cardiologist (if necessary) before transplant. After transplant, donor will stay in hospital for 7 days and should be able to resume work after 1 month (unless donor are involved in heavy physical work). Donor's liver will REGAIN back to its normal size after few months.

If you would like to help and require further information, pls log on to
OR call us at 012-5003919 . Time is running out, we need your help.
'"We make a Living by what we get, we make a LIFE by what we GIVE"
..................... Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965)
May God Bless You . Thank you.

Lay Hoon, Wendy


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