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I smell a rat.

A phone call from the private dialysis clinic doctor has me suspicious.

You wave enough money under the nose of these people and suddenly the price changes or his health drops a couple of notches.

We went to our church for XX amount for the total costs. The dialysis clinic have been told that it's all a go, but it seems things are going to change, specifically the costs.

Factor in the $4800 per month it's supposed to cost.
The $10k that needs to be paid before hand for the surgery and the month advance for fluids.
The gas it will cost to drive to and from Auckland when needed.
The cost of living - I don't know.
The cost of gas to and from the hospital.

He talked about overnight stays in the clinic/hospital there that he didn't say whether or not was included in the 56k. He's supposed to email us today sometime with a plan layout, if the price has changed we're declining and waiting for a Residency decision.

Again, two steps forward, three steps back.


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