Help younger brother go further on the road to return to normal

  • US$216.00
    raised of $5,000.00 goal
4% Funded
6 Donors

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When we were told that our brother was diagnosed with a rare type of brain cancer, called pilocytic astrocytoma, which could not be removed. Since then, he has undergone 5 brain surgeries, after proton radiotherapy, chemotherapy and targeted therapy, all of which were ineffective. I'm trying to make the most of my second chance, but I can definitely use more help to get my brother to go further on the road to return to normal.

We will now try another treatment. Unfortunately, this treatment is very expensive, and because it is still in the experimental stage, it is not fully covered by insurance. Anything that can be donated to help the burden

This kind of potentially life-saving healthcare that has helped many other people will be greatly appreciated. We created this fund as a continuous supply of his future and stability. Thank you very much everyone, and thank you for your support during this transitional period.

Organizer

  • JEFFREY SPEER
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  • Campaign Owner

Donors

  • HIROSHI FUJITA
  • Donated on Jul 30, 2021
$50.00
  • Guest
  • Donated on Jul 29, 2021
$30.00
  • Carlyle John
  • Donated on Jul 29, 2021
  • Come on

$100.00

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6 donors
  • HIROSHI FUJITA
  • Donated on Jul 30, 2021
$50.00
  • Guest
  • Donated on Jul 29, 2021
$30.00
  • Carlyle John
  • Donated on Jul 29, 2021
  • Come on

$100.00
  • Anonymous
  • Donated on Jul 29, 2021
$10.00
  • DEXTER JOHNSON
  • Donated on Jul 28, 2021
$6.00
  • Richard Warmuth
  • Donated on Jul 16, 2021
$20.00

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SHOTA MIZUTANI
US$216.00
raised of $5,000.00 goal
4% Funded
6 Donors

No more donations are being accepted at this time. Please contact the campaign owner if you would like to discuss further funding opportunities