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Wells Fargo Happy To Foreclose On Stage 4 Breast Cancer Patient

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Shame on you, Wells Fargo!!

As if fighting Stage 4 breast cancer wasn't difficult enough, the bank is trying to take Cindi Davis's home!

The North Carolina woman and her husband Kirk have been in and out of foreclosure since 2008 but much of that has to do with Cindi's ongoing medical battle against a deadly and relentless form of cancer!!

Sadly, healthcare isn't free. It isn't even cheap.

And while we're sure Cindi would love to pay her mortgage on time, foregoing treatment isn't exactly an option.

Watch Cindi tell her heartbreaking story (above) of how doctors just told informed her the cancer is now terminal and that Wells Fargo is about to take her house too.

We realize banks are businesses, not a welfare services but what do they expect her to do when she spends $1,100 each month on cancer medication?

Take a few chemistry classes so she can start her own meth lab a la Breaking Bad?

Some lawmakers consistently try to argue that corporations are people.

Well, guess what? People have a HEART! They often tend to do what is right.

Making a woman homeless because a terrible and expensive disease forces her to miss a few mortgage payments is NOT right!!

Cindi is battling cancer in her lungs, lymph nodes and on her liver. She's alreay face a double mastectomy and multiple chemotherapy treatments.

And now she has to fight off a multi-billion dollar corporation as well??

What a sad, shameful state of affairs.

Hang in there, Cindi, we're rooting for you!

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