We respectfully request medical assistance and/or donations in connection with the hospitalization of Stacy Gabrielle Lagasca-Pancho. She is a premature baby (33 weeks), born on July 14, 2018, after which her mother died after five hours later. From the Ospital ng Binan, she was transferred to the Carmona Hospital and Medical Center in Carmona, Cavite, then placed in the incubator due to premature birth problems. Her hospital expenses has reached approximately more than 300 thousand pesos. As of this writing, she still does not have sucking ability and her milk is being taken through a feeding tube which runs from her mouth to her stomach.
The funds that will be collected shall be used to purchase medicines, medical supplies, consultation fees and other related matters. Suction machine, stethoscope and pulse oximeter has been purchased to closely monitor her while she is at home. She also need a regular supply of other medical items like feeding tube, suction catheter, syringes, sodium chloride among others. Her attending physician has also advised that she needs to be referred to other specialists like neurologist, ophthalmologist and urologists.
It cannot be denied that whatever donations or assistance received would go a long way in alleviating her inconvenience, and God willing, her complete recovery.
Since us, the members of the family and friends, cannot thank you, our benefactors, enough, for the your generosity, may we cherish your thoughts by quoting the Bible, thus, “GOD LOVES A CHEERFUL GIVER.”
You can also send donations thru bank transfer:
BDO Savings Account
Account Name: Katrina Joy L Lagasca
Account Number: 007650072840
BPI Savings Account
Account Name: Katrina Joy Lagman Lagasca
Account Number: 8976 8878 56
Stacy was admitted again in the hospital last Wednesday night (August 29) due to pneumonia. She was placed in the incubator for close monitoring and undergone blood transfusion due to her low hemoglobin level. She will be needing to be checked up by a pediatric neurologist every once in a while to address her moebius sequence. This little fighter keeps on fighting. Let’s continue to pray for her.