Well, I have been deathly ill for almost a year now with no relief because I have no insurance. Someone told me to contact Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio and I did. They are willing to see me for free and be able to see a team of doctors so they can figure out what else is going on. I have Addison's Disease, colitis, pituitary tumor, severe abdominal pain.At which case none of these conditions are being treated at the moment with the medications because of no insurance. I was fired from my job because they did not want to carry insurance on me because of illness and I did win unemployment from them last year but it just ran out. I am living with my parents but they are both disabled. I can go to Cleveland and see state of the art doctors but I do not have the money for gas or for lodging. They say I have to stay a minimum of 3 days. I was wondering if any of you knew of any charities that might help me with any of these things. The hospital is 4 hours away from me and I live in Indiana and the hospital is in Ohio.
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