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Venezuela's crisis leads sick people to seek crowdfunding

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Caracas, Jul 22 (EFE), (Camera: Andry Rincon) .- A year ago, the life of Venezuelan Kathiana Cardona completely changed. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and after exhausting resources and possibilities within her reach, she resorted to crowdfunding, where thousands of small financial contributions have covered the expensive treatment, thanks to which she is still alive.FOOTAGE OF KATHIANA CARDONA AND CHRISTIAN ARIAS (FOOTBALLER WHO INJURED HIS KNEE).SOUNDBITES OF CARDONA.Translation:"I never imagined I would find myself in this place. I was sad about it. But here I am, with my Gofund me, because I need my treatment.""My treatment is 40,000 dollars. Just the treatment."

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