Roxil Jabagat was diagnosed with kidney failure last April 18, 2018. She has been receiving dialysis since then and have appealed for financial assistance from every possible local and national government agency. She is married, with one child, but her husband left her amidst her physical and financial challenges. Her mother is the sole person who is taking care of her, refusing to find a regular job, so she could attend to her daughter's needs and use her extra time to go from office to office, agency to agency, in hopes of getting financial assistance for her daughter's medical bill.
They've been relying mostly from PhilHealth's financial assistance, but just recently they have exhausted the amount alloted by the said agency to cover for their medical expenses in a year. Roxil has yet to complete her dialysis until December of this year before she could receive additional financial aid from PhilHealth next year.
Her medical expenses every month are:
Dialysis Fee - Php 2600/session x 12 sessions/month
Dialyzer - Php 1450 (ranges from 2-7 dialyzers/month)
Heparin - Php 100/session x 12 sessions/month
There are still about two months left (November - December) before her financial assistance from PhilHealth resumes. The family have exhausted their finances since starting Roxil's dialysis last year. She has a three-year old son to look after and she hopes to be able to give her son a good future and be there to see her son grow up.
Your donations, no matter how small will help Roxil extend her life and add more years to spend with her son and family.