My youngest sister, Abigael May Marquez has a Stage IV Invasive Ductal Carcinoma (IDC) Breast Cancer and needs to receive treatments such as Chemotherapy, Radiation therapy; oral medication, and drugs that are administered via intramuscular injection.
My sister is a loving mother of 2 and a warrior with a lot of dreams in life. Our goal as a family is that survive this journey. Given the burdens and darkness of the disease, she still chooses life. She chooses to live as fully as possible, choose to stay in a relationship with her family and friends, and make a difference where she can.
Medications for this disease is a challenge for us as we are from an average earning family. We are knocking on your kind hearts for any help and assistance you can offer.
On May 29, my first of too many session has been completed. This session was a funny and scary one. The drug injection only took less than 10 seconds, but my preparation took me like an hour. Because I was too scared - looking at the size of the needle going into my skin, I cried, I prayed hard, I chant, I laughed with my sisters and the Nurse. It was like a roller coaster of emotion. We all went crazy when it was over. Hahahaha.
All praise to God for His comfort and love.
For my sisters, the whole family, who never failed to give their support. To their friends and colleagues who sent in their assistance offline. All the people who remain anonymously helping me and my family, THANK YOU, your kindness will always be remembered.
While living my life, I am looking forward to days of receiving below treatment medications with faith that we will survive this journey of mine. Once again, we're asking help to fuel my treatment plan.
Zoladex 3.6mg P4,811.6 (Brand: Goserelin); 1x a month
Letrozole (generic: Letero) P2600/monthly, oral medication every day
Radiation therapy, 2x a week, P8k
Yesterday, I completed the request to perform swab testing to get tested for coronavirus prior to my Radiation therapy plan. In a couple of days, the result will come out.
I wanted to let you all know that I am beyond blessed and grateful for all you, for the help and love you have given me and my family since I started this campaign in 2018. I completed my 6 sessions of my Chemotherapy as well as a successful Mastectomy. All this by your guiding help and the grace of our God.
I am again asking for your help and assistance. Cancer has metastasized around the tissue where my Mastectomy was performed. The biopsy result tells us that my treatment protocol has changed. I need to undergo Radiation therapy 2x a week, take Zoladex 3.6mg once a month via intramuscular injection, and every day to take Letrozole. My Oncologists says that these are the treatment required for as long as I need to be.
We all are working hard for our own survival every day just the same as I pray that we survive and get through all our life's challenges.
This is me once again, asking for help to survive.
While I am a member of St Luke's Medical Center social service foundation - Class C for a year now for medical assistance, I believe I could still use great platforms such as GoGetFunding to seek assistance for my continuing medical costs.
I am forever grateful for your kindness to help me fight this battle.
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On May 29, my first of too many session has been completed. This session was a funny and scary one. The drug injection only took less than 10 seconds, but my preparation took me like an hour. Because I was too scared - looking at the size of the need…
Hello everyone,I wanted to let you all know that I am beyond blessed and grateful for all you, for the help and love you have given me and my family since I started this campaign in 2018. I completed my 6 sessions of my Chemotherapy as well as a succ…