192-928 NPO

Your Stories

HCV from a Transfusion for a Tonsillectomy Decades Ago Claims A Precious Life

By HFSA | 05/22/2016

Learn about Paula and Steve’s brave fight against hepatitis… HCV from a Transfusion for a Tonsillectomy Decades Ago Claims A Precious Life Hepatitis C was unrecognized in the blood transfusion Paula Marie needed when she ran into trouble during a tonsillectomy 50 years ago. Over the years, this treacherous virus slowly and silently attacked her liver cells,…

Read More

Jamaican*Me*Crazy

By HFSA | 05/22/2016

Now meet Gil Sadler as he celebrated his annual fun and fundraising event, Jamaican*Me*Crazy, with family and friends… Jamaican*Me*Crazy By Gil Sadler Not many people shopping for a new house would have what Gil Sadler had on his “must have” list:  space for a sandbar-wrecked sailboat (including sandbar), full size tiki bar, bandstand and as…

Read More

Billy’s Story, by his sister, Kathy Gacos

By HFSA | 05/22/2016

On the 26th day of January 2013, the candle of life which had always glowed brightly, flickered and went dark with the passing of my mother Kathryn Lieberman. Kathryn, age 79, suffered a life-ending fall while we were on vacation in Puerto Rico—in spite of valiant efforts on the part of all the doctors and…

Read More