28 December 2012

Liberia: Woman With Liver Problem Family Sends Out SOS

The family of Madam Oretha Jackson, a lady who has developed a liver problem has sent an SOS call to enable her seek medical treatment abroad. The son of Madam Oretha Jackson, Prince Gargar is passionately appealing to individuals of goodwill and philanthropic organizations in and out of the country to come to the aid of his ailing mother to seek immediate treatment abroad.

Mr. Gargar disclosed that his mother, Mrs. Jackson has been suffering from liver problem for nearly a year now and when she was diagnosed by doctors at the Maiwah Clinic last January it was confirmed that she was indeed suffering from liver problem.

According to Prince, Madam Jackson's family was professionally advised by doctors to send her abroad probably neighboring Ghana for the medical treatment.

Mrs. Jackson, 48, is in serious need for assistance to enable her seek treatment abroad to deal with the liver problem which is said to be taking her life away gradually.

Prince stated further that the family has been advised that Madam Jackson be taken out of Liberia immediately or she will definitely lose her life. Mr. Gargar said his mother has been taken to several hospitals and clinics in the country but to no avail.

Prince Gargar said he was told in April that his mothers's condition was very critical, hence the family is asking well-meaning Liberians, Churches, humanitarian organizations to assist their mother go abroad for treatment.

He told our reporter that his mother sometimes go through sleepless nights due to the agony she is suffering from.

The Jackson Family can be reached through the Inquirer Newspaper or the Jackson's family by these numbers; 0886-736392 or 0886-410202.

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