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Robyn Libitsky

Subject:
RE: Request for Information
From:HHS writes to inform Mrs. Levy thaHHS writes to inform Mrs. Levy that they will contact Kaiser Permanente Health  - HHS to Hillarie Levy regarding Kaiser Permanente Health Care medical insurance provider low priority on blood transfusions to cancer patientst they will contact Kaiser Permanente Health  - HHS to Hillarie Levy regarding Kaiser Permanente Health Care medical insurance provider low priority on blood transfusions to cancer patients
"Todd, Karmen (HHS/OCR)" <Karmen.Todd@HHS.GOV>
Date:
Tue, 21 Jul 2009 17:02:08 -0400
To:
Hillarie643@aol.com

Ms. Levy,
re

I will follow up with Kaiser.  I don’t have any further questions for you at this time, but let me know if you find information or documentation that shows that your daughter received the donations from family and friends.


Thanks,

Karmen Todd

(202) 260-0290

 

From: Hillarie......
Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2009 12:54 PM
To: Todd, Karmen (HHS/OCR)
Subject: Re: Request for Information


Dear. Ms. Todd,


Does that mean you have the information you requested?


According to Kaiser, the information you requested has been sent to Mary Mata, Quality Improvement Director at 818-719-4536.


My husband, Keith Levy, who at the time was president of the Temple in Simi Valley CA, remembers Eric Breiter donated blood to Robyn.  He doesn't remember who else but we have the 2005 Temple membership directory where names can be matched.  Also, the information one must fill out prior to donating blood, such as an address (a Simi Valley address indicates a Temple member, as this location is 20 miles from Simi Valley) and more import, this form indicates if this donation is a directed donation to Robyn.

Sincerely,


Hillarie Levy






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