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RESCHEDULED: Friends at NIH Charity Golf Outing Oct 2022 Rescheduled Until April 2023… Check back later!

 

Funding Supports Patients in Many Different Ways

How Donations are Used

When you give to Friends of Patients at the NIH your support can go to help patients in a variety of ways.
Whatever need they have, we work to support them. Here are some of the ways we have assisted patients in the past.
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Thankful board member and NIH patient, Mr. Jerry Sachs

Jerry Sachs is a man with a mission. As a patient at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center for 40+ years, Jerry is passionate about giving back to the NIH.

“There isn’t enough I can do to show my appreciation for this treatment they have given me,” Jerry says.

Jerry wants donors to know that their donations make a difference helping to keep patients in many life-saving trials is critical for their well-being and also furthers medical science.

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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

As we continue into 2022, we ask for your continued support. Patients are coming back to the NIH clinical center for ground-breaking, life-saving treatments.

A donation from you can mean so much to one of our patients who is looking for transportation assistance or lodging to continue or start their protocols. Please, make a gift today. It’s only though your generosity that we are able to help.
Thank you for that.

Your generosity is greatly appreciated by those we helped in 2021 and those we will support in 2022.

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17-year-old Dixon

Friends of Patient at the NIH provided support to 17-year-old Dixon and his family last year when he came to the NIH seeking a stem cell transplant for Sickle Cell Disease.

Dr. John Tisdale, his physician, who has pioneered this experimental treatment, says it is safe to say Dixon is cured! What great words for Dixon’s family to hear!

Initially, Dixon’s father, Leonard, took him and his older sister, Flavia, to India from their native country of Uganda. Both children had Sickle Cell Disease.

The family could only afford treatment for one child at a time, so Flavia told her little brother, “You go first.” Unfortunately, Flavia died waiting for medicine.

When Dixon’s father heard about this treatment in the United States, he resolved to do everything possible to save Dixon’s life. Hear Dixon’s story in his own words, meet his father and the physician/researcher, Dr. John Tisdale.

Please help us help provide emergency financial support to many more NIH patients in clinical trials, like Dixon.

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Friends of Patients at the NIH is a 501c3 charitable organization. Your gift that means the world to patients and their families is tax deductible.


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