₱97,000raised of ₱500,000.00 goal goal
We started ate Kat's Fight back in October 2019 wherein she had 20% chance of surviving due to late detection of Stage 3 Colon Cancer. We fought for her and was bed ridden in the hospital for a month. Fast Forward to 2020, she had 3 chemotherapy session (thru the assistance of the government's charity assistance) but was stopped due to the COVID19 pandemic. She lost 3 session of chemotherapy that backfired where her tummy started to bloat again. it took us 2 days to have her admitted and checked up since she is immunocompromised. Based on the ultrasound, there were lumps formed on her stomach cavity that were responsible for excreting fluids that's making her tummy bloat (she looked liked 6-month pregnant.). Her Health card is almost maxed out since it covered some of her chemo sessions thus we need to shell out cash for her PIGTAIL operation so we can drain the fluids being extracted by the lumps. As per the Cytology results, the fluids are asceptic and the lumps are not malignant BUT IMMEDIATE CHEMO SESSIONS NEEDS TO BE DONE IMMEDIATELY. Her Oncologist assessed her and provided another set of chemo meds and we are back to square 1 of CHEMOTHERAPY, This time around, the meds are stronger and costs estimated 110k of chemo meds per session (not including hospitalization charges). She needs to do slow infusion where she needs to stay 2.5 days in the hospital per session.
As per the recent ultrasound, the fluids insider her tummy are almost drained but she still looks bloated. IMMEDIATE sessions needs to be done and we have yet to get assistance from Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office for we need to re-do the filing of her medical assistance. Given the COVID19 pandemic and we dont have a mode of transportation, this adds up to our dilemma too.
We are asking again for some help to let us through this challenge.
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High Infection - Chemo SuspendedUpdate posted by Fernando III Camacho at 02:06 pm
Ate Kat was admitted for her 2nd chemo session around 3pm last June 25th but her session did not go accordingly as planned. Prior to her getting admitted for her chemo, her Albumin and Hemoglobin count are way below normal of which these results were sent to her Onco for. . . . .
CT Scan resultsUpdate posted by Fernando III Camacho at 02:48 pm
We just got the results of her CT scan and showed that her rectum and the rest of the colon are filled with gas and feces. The lumps are soft tissue masses ranging from .9 x 1.cm (periportal region) and 13.1 x 11.5 x 11.6 cm (right pelvo-abdominal area). Her. . . . .