Mary Craycraft was diagnosed three years ago with Stage 3 Renal Carcinoma. She went through a rough patch of chemotherapy and had part of her kidney removed. She lost all of her hair, her weight, and her will. After going back for a checkup a year later, the doctors told her that they had gotten it all, but there was a very tiny spot on her lungs...nothing that they needed to worry about at the time. She was taken off of her chemotherapy. Her beautiful hair started growing back better than ever, was able to go back to work, and was able to enjoy her family once again. Just recently, she started getting sick again. She went to her doctor for bone scans and any other test they could ring her through...the outcome was not good. They upped her from stage 3 to Stage 5 Inoperable Renal Carcinoma. The one tiny spot had turned into 6 huge masses that covered from her collar bone to her pelvis. She was denied for surgery and radiation because there is a 100% no survival rate for either. She has lost her job because of this, her insurance (including life insurance), is in danger of being evicted from her home, and having her utilities shut off. Social Security isn't paying enough to help her cover her costs. She is on Medicaid, but they are denying most of her medication because of the cost. She really needs the help and support and family is doing as much as we can to help her through this rough time.