Chemotherapy for Eunica

Update posted by Lisa Richardson On May 01, 2020

Last April Eunica was done with her Chemo and now she is on the way to radiation, which will take 20 days for her. We would like to ask for prayer first is for safety and favor this season it is a challenge in traveling from place to another because of the lack of vehicles and because of the pandemic as well. Second please pray for her financial needs for 20 days, she will be paying Php 540.00 per day for her radiation which is a total of Php 10,800, plus for her food around Php 4,000.00.In the total of Php 14,800.00.Thank you for taking part in her journey. May God continue to bless you and protect you during this season.

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Update posted by Lisa Richardson On Mar 18, 2020

This March Eunica will be having Chemotherapy again. Please continue to pray for her needs in the financial aspect, she is still needing Php 8,600 per cycle for the medicines and her travel expenses when going to the hospital a total of Php 25,800 this amount is for chemotherapy only this is for the three cycles she will undergo, we don't have any amount to tell you after the chemo if ever she will undergo for radiation after, we will keep you updated for the needs for her Chemotherapy.

Secondly please pray for her this coming chemotherapy as the whole Luzon is in community quarantine that she found favor in the eyes of God to pass in the checkpoints that are in the area.

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Update posted by Lisa Richardson On Mar 05, 2020
Her chemotherapy was well this past few months but this month it was bit delayed due to her low count of hemoglobin.Please continue to pray for Eunica for her chemotherapy and this coming March 7, 2020 she will undergo again a CT scan plus her chemotherapy.Thank for all those who keep praying for her or even supporting her.

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Update posted by Lisa Richardson On Feb 03, 2020

Thank you for your prayers and support for Eunicas chemotherapy it was going well.Although she a mild fatty liver but praise God she will have medicines for that one. Still its God's intervention. There are six more cycles to go. Please pray for her health and financial assistance.Thank you so much!!!

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Update posted by Lisa Richardson On Nov 08, 2019

PRAISE REPORT:

On Wednesday 30th October, Eunica had her first session of chemotherapy. The session went well and she was discharged on the Saturday. We are thankful to all those who have supported so far, and because of her government health insurance she was discounted for that session. Meaning we still have a bit of money for her next sessions, but still need to raise more for future sessions, tests, medicines, food and for her transportation going to the hospital. She is currently doing well and will return to the hospital on the 12th November for the next session. Thank you to all those who have supported her in prayers and finances.

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Update posted by Lisa Richardson On Oct 30, 2019

On Monday Eunica was admitted to hospital for one week as her CT scan showed there is a blockage in her airway and she has water on the heart. Today she has had her first round of chemotherapy and will be release from hospital next week. The hospital she is in is over an hour away, so one of our staff is travelling there when needed. We are thankful for all the funding that has come in so far, but still have a long way to go. Please keep her and her family in your prayers as she fights through this cancer. And please donate if you can, even a small amount will go a long way to helping her.

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Praying for Eunica and family! Also the YWAM family! Stay strong in faith. Love you all!

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