Our mama is a hardworking single mom who never gave up providing for our needs. She was able to raised us on her own. Last November 2016 our mama Analyn Canlas was diagnosed with Breast Cancer.
She had her 6 sessions of chemotherapy and we thought that this will lead to her full recovery but last July 6, 2017 she had her 3rd pleural effussion-water in the lungs (the first occurred in November and 2nd in December 2016) and found out that the cancer metastases to her bones and lungs and she needs to undergo another cycle of chemotherapy treatments.
The first session of the 2nd cycle of the treatment unfortunately had an adverse effects on her body, she had an hypersensitivity reaction (severe allergies) and suffered inflammed gallbladder and was confined in the hospital for 1-2 weeks. Her scheduled chemo treatments were postponed. While recovering from her 2 weeks confinement we found out during her follow up check up that again she has pleural effussion in her left lung and it progresses several days later that caused her shortness of breath, we rushed her to the hospital and again she was confined for 8 days undergone chest tube thoracostomy procedure and the tube stayed for a month.
Currently, she experiencing frequent abdominal pain and was admitted to the hospital and currently confine due to intestine obstruction.
Due to these frequent hospital confinements and medical procedures has depleted our family resources. Our family is now asking for your support but most especially for your prayers. We need to raise funds for her operation and chemotherapy sessions of our mother.
Any amount of donation will help our mother to heal. Help us in our battle against her illness.
Thank you for supporting us on this campaign, your help and most especially your prayers are all appreciated. GOD BLESS!
You may email us [email protected]
You may use paypal or you can also deposit directly on these account for your donations:
Account Name: Canlas, Analyn LugtuAccount # 0000011634530
BDO SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Account Name: Jaymie L Canlas