Help me fight my brain tumor and save my vision. I want to continue seeing the world.

Update posted by Perlie Lynn Ngan On Jan 19, 2020

Ori's 3rd surgery is done last November 20, 2019 but the surgeon can not take 100% of the tumor anymore, the consistency of her brain tumor is so firm and hard, her vision did not improve after the surgery since the tumor pressing on her optic nerve is still there... it is really heartbreaking for us. Until we read an article almost the same case with Ori in the United States. The patient's brain tumor (teratoma) keeps on growing and already did multiple surgeries, until his doctor use thermal laser ablation and the teratoma shrink but the procedure is not available in the Philippines. We are now getting in touch with his mom and his doctors to know if Ori can be a candidate for laser ablation to be followed by radiotherapy.

We hope and pray that there's still treatment available for ori and to have enough fund to start the treatment in the soonest possible time. Thank you and Godbless

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Although I don't know Lakeisha in person, but it was heart breaking to see her ill and suffer from pain. Praying for her recovery soon and hopefully surgery went well.

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God is faithful. Ori is healed in Jesus's name. 🙏

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