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Every child deserves to be cured of cancer.
My 11-year old niece Aisha Kassandra Canono (Dada) needs all the help she can get in her battle against leukemia.
It was March 31, 2021 when Aisha's Bone Marrow test results came out and she was diagnosed to have Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia (APML / APL). APML / APL, a subtype of AML (Acute Myeloid Leukemia), is a cancer of the blood and bone marrow that requires aggressive and timely treatment.
Aisha is a smart and loving kid who loves to take care of her 3 younger sisters. She is an achiever in all her academics, as well as sports -- volleyball. Aisha also loves to listen to her KPOP Idols including BTS, and watch Korean Dramas with the family.
We are humbly asking for your prayers and support in this battle. She will need to undergo multiple medical treatments including chemotherapy sessions, which can be very expensive, especially during this time of pandemic.
Thank you in advance! Let us all #HelpAishaFightLeukemia.
Alternatively, you may also send your donations to Aisha's mother's bank account:
Bank Name: Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
Account name: Eileen Kristina Garcia (Aisha's mother)
Account number: 5686360395
Account number: 09239229359
Account name: Angelo O. Canono
Account number: 09675724558
Account name: Eileen Kristina Garcia
- Edgardo Canono
- Campaign Owner
No more painUpdate posted by Edgardo Canono at 06:52 pm
Just barely 4 months after being diagnosed with APML, our beloved Aisha (Dada) has joined the Creator last night, July 19th 2021. To all who showed support and prayed for her, we sincerely thank all of you. No words can describe how painful it is for the family, but we
Aisha is now starting her ChemotherapyUpdate posted by Edgardo Canono at 04:05 pm
With all your prayers and support, Aisha has now started her induction phase with chemotherapy. Although her body is still adjusting to all the medications -- as she's throwing up a lot :(Nevertheless, we're still optimistic about her journey to beating the cancer's butt and on to recovery.The bruises all. . . . .