Catherine, Rozine and her husband Vazken Moughlian.
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A Cabinet decision Wednesday to cover part of the health expenses of Lebanese receiving treatment abroad raised the hopes of Rozine Moughlian, a 56-year-old mother of two, who is in urgent need of a liver transplant that she cannot afford. Over the past three months Moughlian has been suffering from subacute liver failure, an illness that advanced quickly, leaving her in a critical condition and in dire need of a liver transplant. Former Health Minister Mohammad Jawad Khalifeh is the only doctor with a license to carry out liver transplants in Lebanon, according to Moughlian's daughter Catherine, who told The Daily Star that Khalifeh was out of the country for two weeks.Catherine Moughlian did not restrict her efforts to online crowdfunding.
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