Jennifer has been suffering from frequent life-threatening blood infections for the last 35 years. She has an extremely rare immunodeficiency disease called MonoMAC with peripheral lymphedema caused by a genetic disorder in the GATA2 gene. Reports show that there are currently only around 30 patients in the world with this diagnosis. Since it is so rare there is not an established diagnosis code for insurance and therefore Jennifer and her family need to raise at least $250,000 in order for her to get a potentially life-saving bone marrow transplant.
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