“Just as he turned to leave, I said: ‘God bless you,’ and he smiled — big smile — and then he turned around and left”
Stephanie Headley was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease called systemic scleroderma, and given little to no chance for survival. This disease caused her skin, arteries, veins several organs to harden and the Canadian health system wouldn’t cover the only procedure that might give her life again. Her family tried to source a funding campaign to raise the desperately needed money for the advanced procedure at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, but fell very short in their attempts. They only managed to raise $13,000, a fraction of what would be needed to cover the $128,000 medical bill that would save her life.
Stephanie Headley Interview Video