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Elisa Ragpa, a woman in her 50s. A brave one. At a very young age, she was already having a hard time coping with her problems. She grew up getting used to a simple yet hard way of living. She spent her life working for others. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in the year 2018. Her doctor advised her to get it treated as quickly as possible, but she declined to do so. She’s been married and has two children who are still in school. Despite her situation, she continued to work to help her husband meet their financial needs.
Her breast continued to grow larger and larger as time went on until one of the tumors has somewhat ruptured in 2020. She admitted that she had started seeing blood not long before the incident. She was recommended to go to the hospital, but then again, she refused because they couldn't afford the expenses. Despite what had transpired, she just continued to drink a lot of herbal drinks, nutritional supplements, and kinds of milk to keep her body strong. She did, however, lose her job as a result of this.
Despite the fact that she needed to relax, she continued to work around the house. She carried that breast for a year and a half, even up to now. In July 2021, she was admitted to the hospital due to excessive bleeding. She lost a lot of blood. Her family decided to get her operated on, but the doctor advised her to undergo some tests first. She lives in Negros Oriental, Philippines.
There are some professional doctors present, but only a few of them are specialists. And so, she and her family decided to take a trip to another island in the country, where there are numerous specialized doctors. She then sought the advice of a breast specialist. They did various tests and discovered that her case is cancerous. There are several tumors found. Her malignancies are tightly bound to her breast which is called invasive papillary carcinoma in medical terms.
The doctor told her that it can be operated but it might lead to some complications so she must first undergo 6 chemotherapy sessions to let lessen the tumors. Each chemotherapy session costs 40,000 pesos. We spent more than 300,000 pesos already. Her upcoming operation costs are about 1,500,000 pesos including transportation, medicine, and accommodation expenses, and we running out of money.
She is now currently on her third round of chemotherapy. She's asking for your help in her quest to fully overcome this battle. We may ask for your kind donations even for a little amount. It will be of great help for her upcoming operation and associated expenditures. Thank you and God bless.
If you wish to donate directly you may use the following channels:
GCASH: 09953959565 (Joeby Ragpa)
Land Bank of the Philippines: 0297095544
Security Bank: 0000002319688
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