Updates on Help ALEX Be Cancer Free

Update posted by Maria Raisa Loren Recio On Feb 10, 2020

Hi, everyone!

Just want to update this Campaign.

Last September 2019 after her surgery, she took a rest for 3 weeks then continued her 4th session of chemotherapy treatment. Then October 2019 she underwent a bone scan and the result was there's lytic lesion on her L3 or Lumber 3 that would be due to her large mass before, that compresses the spine.

2nd week of October 2019 she was admitted for 2 days, for platelet transfusion then on 3rd week her 5th session of chemotherapy treatment.

November 2 2019 admitted again for platelet transfusion.

November 18, 2019 admitted for her 6th session and LAST Chemotherapy treatment!!! 🙏🙏🙏

Congratulations my Baby you did it!

December 18, 2019 CT SCAN of Abdominopelvic.

Thank you for all your Prayers. God bless!

Love and Hugs,

Raisa, Butch and Baby Alex.

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Update posted by Maria Raisa Loren Recio On Sep 23, 2019

Thank God that the surgery of my Baby Alex went well (September 13,2019). Our next admission for her 4th session of Chemotherapy treatment is on September 27. Her Alpha feto protein serum level from 200,000 last June 28,2019 is gone down to 8.44 after 3 sessions of Chemotherapy and Surgery. God is Good🙏💖

*with brave wings she fights

*my little warrior

Let's all pray together

God of healing mercy, in Jesus your Son you stretch out your hand in compassion, restoring the sinner, healing the sick, and lifting up those bowed down. Embrace us now in your loving care, particularly those afflicted with cancer, for whom this intention is offered. May the Spirit of Jesus bring us all health in soul and body, that with joy and thanksgiving we may praise you for your goodness, through the same Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

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Update posted by Maria Raisa Loren Recio On Aug 18, 2019


I just want to update you regarding my baby Alex's treatment. She had her 2nd Abdominopelvic Ct scan.

My baby has her first day of 3rd session of chemo last night.

She gets a dose of chemotherapy on the first day, second and third day, and then have 3 weeks of recovery time before repeating the treatment. Each 3-week period is called a treatment cycle. Several cycles make up a course of chemotherapy. A course usually lasts 6 months.

I humbly ask to continue your prayers for my baby Alex healing. 🙏🙏🙏💖💖💖

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