Pam’s courageous smile always brightens our office
Our close friend and Williamsburg Smiles patient Pam Neff is in the fight of her life. Help us give her support.

About Pam

Pam suffers from a cancer known as “transformed lymphoma,” which occurs when cancer cells “transform” and begin to grow much faster. Transformed lymphoma can be fatal if it isn’t treated quickly.

Pam needs chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant to try to halt the cancer and save her life. This means she needs to travel to Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City, where she will undergo treatment and recovery for six months.

Pam’s Insurance covers some of the treatment costs, but she and her family need to come up with $8500 to pay for the uninsured costs. Pam has been battling cancer since 2008 and it has drained her resources. This is a financial challenge she can’t meet alone.

How you can help

We will donate $50 to Pam’s care for every new patient exam and cleaning we do until June 30th, 2017. If you are a new patient, or if you have a friend or family member who is looking to switch dentists, we invite you to call us to make an appointment.

The community has also established a fundraising campaign in Pam’s name. If you would like to make a direct donation, or if you’d like to learn more about Pam’s story, you can learn more at https://helphopelive.org/campaign/12147.

This has been a difficult journey for Pam and her family. Please join us in offering support and prayers for a full recovery.