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My mother has a sister, whom is my aunt from Indonesia, that is suspected to have breast cancer. She is of age 70 this year.
My aunt has yet to be diagnosed accurately of breast cancer or whatever is causing the health problem but has since then lost a nipple on her left breast and still has an open rotting flesh wound. We have pictures of the damage done but we will not be showing this unless requested (for evidence).
She has 4 children (3 of them married) and lives with one of her daughters in Batam. They earn adequately to support their own families but not enough to provide their mother with professional treatment. (Only medication per month approx.: SGD$1000~)
We are thinking of bringing her over to Singapore to get diagnosed accurately and get treatments to get better - removal of the breast.
My aunt is refusing to ask for help because of our financial circumstances but her health is deteriorating very quickly. Therefore, I am on this platform asking for help. We dare not ask for much but even the minimum of donations would suffice to fund for the treatments.
In the meantime, we will be providing details of children's IC, contact details and pictures as evidences for the public soon.
We thank you for your kindness and understanding.
Do contact me at 82010109 or my email at firstname.lastname@example.org for any issue.
Last UpdateUpdate posted by Tan Pin Feng at 05:34 am
With a heavy heart, I would like to share the final update for friends and family who has followed and helped us on my aunt's journey to fight breast cancer.Unfortunately, my aunt has lost her fight on 4th November. We are sad but grateful to all for your support in
Update 2: Diagnosis done in MalaysiaUpdate posted by Tan Pin Feng at 02:49 pm
Dear all,We are sorry for the extremely late updates. We have been actively trying to get updates from the extended family but there was a lot of difficulty trying to get follow-up diagnosis in Indonesia so my aunt was brought to Malaysia last week (13th August) to get a diagnosis. . . . .
Update 1: Proof of lab results (Clearer translation for non-bahasa speakers at the bottom)Update posted by Tan Pin Feng at 03:57 pm
This was my aunt's current lab results done last month. As the lab results were not translated directly to us, we had to pick up bits and pieces of information while being careful to not mis-convey any information.