"I'm a brittle diabetic, and a single mother of two small children. Taking care of them would be difficult enough, but the cost of insulin was making it even worse; the kids took priority, and I figured a halfway healthy diet would be enough to keep me alive. I didn't count on the bruising that my feet would take between work and stepping on their toys - the bruising gave way to cuts, and then infection. The doctor said that the infection, along with the neglecting my insulin, meant that I'd need a kidney transplant to live another two years. I was devastated. He mentioned GeneCo's easy organ financing, but I was sure it'd never work for me due to my terrible credit. However, the financial officers were very sympathetic and offered me terms I couldn't refuse. With a monthly payment low enough that even I could afford it, I was on my way to new kidneys and a new life. While undergoing my first examination by GeneCo's doctors, the sores on my feet and legs were noted, and the possibility of leg transplants was brought up. I said I was just grateful to have my kidneys taken care of; in fact, I'd been gushing to everybody I knew about how amazing GeneCo really is. Maybe it was my story, maybe it was the gratitude, but it caught the attention of Rotti Largo himself. He sent a Gentern down with a proposal - a full-body makeover for a very low monthly payment, in exchange for appearing at the planned Genetic Opera to testify to the world how GeneCo had saved me. How could I say no? Now I have new kidneys, feet, and legs, breast implants, a few small nips and tucks, and new skin to cover up scars and stretch marks. Thanks to GeneCo, I'm not only going to live to see my children graduate, but also look smashing on live TV! Thank you, GeneCo! I can't sing your praises enough!"
- Mary, 28, Los Angeles