US$205.00raised of $15,000.00 goal goal
Stage 3 IDC TNBC
With the appearance of new lesions, he began initial treatments with radiation and immunotherapy. I am assisted by a team of doctors and the prognosis is that in addition to all the therapy to combat the metastasis, it will be necessary to perform surgery on the femur and other treatments to treat the cervical lesions.
I need to take time off work and protect myself from daily movements, to avoid accidents that could lead to permanent immobilization, and also dedicate myself to the healing process, which will take six months to a year.
I deeply believe in God and pray that he continues to bless me as I am being well cared for by the hospital and its medical staff, but this comes at a high price.
I have just lost more than half of my ability to work, I require constant care and forced rest that prevent me from working and taking care of my family. Although my health insurance is an important source of help, it does not cover all the costs of therapies, treatments, medicines and hospital bills, as well as the equipment I need for my care at home.
In addition, this situation causes us a great fear of not being able to sufficiently face my day to day. Therefore, I accept the suggestion of some friends to create this fundraising initiative in support of my health and the well-being of my family in general. We all know how expensive this type of treatment is and how profoundly it can impact our lives. Your help, any help, regardless of the amount, is essential. I have no words to thank you for your gesture of solidarity and generosity with my family.
All proceeds will go to save my life, paying for the treatment while it lasts, and for the care of my family; until I can get back to my full ability to work and maintain it.
If you know of others who may be sympathetic to my cause, I also greatly appreciate you sharing my story through this campaign.
God bless you and give you many times in return!
God bless us all
- Sarah Jennifer Murphy
Help me get through my last daysUpdate posted by Sarah Jennifer Murphy at 08:32 am
I don't want to feel like a failure because of something that is out of my control. I refuse to believe that my death will be because I didn't fight hard enough, I didn't choose to be affected by cancer. Cancer has advanced so much that there is no turning. . . . .