Please help raise funds for our yangku (my father)

Update posted by Mark Llanera On Nov 06, 2019

Few days before his birthday, we are back again admitted in FEU hospital as he is experiencing on and off high fever and tonsilitis. It was found out that his White Blood Cell (WBC) count boost up to 129 x 10^9/L. He is now taking meropenem hoping that it will cure his infection.

We are praying that he can be discharged before Saturday which happens to be his 64th birthday. We are grateful to those who provided their support and prayers for my father and hopeful that we can sustain our financial stand during these times.

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Update posted by Mark Llanera On Sep 15, 2019

Today we are here again at FEU hospital as my father is currently undergoing blood transfusion. His Hemoglobin dropped to 59 g/L. So we knew he had fever and chills since the last 3 days so his doctor advised us to proceed with BT. He completed the first bag as of this writing and will continue another 2 bags in the next 4 hours. Hoping that his condition will improve after the said procedure.

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Update posted by Mark Llanera On Sep 09, 2019

First of all, I want to thank everyone who provided monetary help and sent their well-wishes to my father and to my family. Rest assured that it will be used for his future medication.

As of right now, he is at home and doing well. He is attending regular weekly check-ups with his Hematologist in FEU hospital. His condition is improving and continues to eat healthy to gain his weight.

I'm hopeful that his current state will continue on its way to full recovery. God bless us all!

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