Transplant Solution for Man with Voluntary Donor
No one wants to face the prospect of being permanently tethered to a dialysis machine several times a week. But without a kidney transplant, that was just what Charlie was facing. Because of his age and impaired health, his prospects for receiving a donor kidney were not good.
But Charlie was fortunate. His sister Tina, a healthy woman just a few years younger than Charlie, was willing to be a voluntary organ donor to help her older brother out. His doctors declared her a suitable match, but how could Charlie, who was living on disability, ever be able to pay for the transplant surgery?
A family friend suggested medical tourism as a possible solution, especially for people who are able to bring their own donor. Charlie soon discovered that highly skilled surgical transplant teams are available in Mexico who could make his dream of a dialysis-free existence available nearly immediately and at a price his family could afford.
The English Speaker’s Guide to Medical Care in Mexico provides information that people like Charlie need to find a top-notch surgical team and help them over the cultural hurdles. The English Speaker’s Guide to Medical Care in Mexico supports people seeking organ transplants, and also travelers, expats, business people and those seeking to reduce medical costs or find reputable specialized care.