Our Mom, only 59, received the devastating news last February, 2019 that she have stage 3 Breast Cancer. She was broken-hearted.
Our mom was never like this. She’s has a very outgoing personality and is always postive about everything in life. But everything changes after she was diagnosed with breast cancer stage 3. She got diagnosed last month. It was the saddest day of our lives. We felt horrible when we realized that our mom went to get her breast checked out and only got 500 pesos (10$) in her pocket (it wasnt enough for the check up). She didnt even ask us for anything. She didnt even tell us. She didnt want us to get worried. She is that kind of person that will just keep all her problems to herself so as not to get other people worried. She always think about us and our family’s well being. Me and my other siblings are abroad trying to make a living to help our family and she knows how hard it is to be abroad away from your family that’s why she didnt asked us for any help. She doesn’t want to burden us with her problems. The truth is, she will NEVER EVER be a burden to us. We’ll do ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING to take care of our mom and dad. We’ll make sure to let them know that they’re loved and well taken care of.
We are so happy that our mom is always hopeful and that she is very willing to fight this battle even if it’s hard. We will stay by her side and fight this battle with her, all the way with God’s love and mercy.
My mom was diagnose with Stage 3 breast cancer. She undergone mastectomy and her left breast was removed. After it healed she started her chemotherapy session, which was just this February 2019.
Every 21 days, she needs to undergo chemoteraphy, to reduce the chances of her developing new cancer cells. We will do everything just for her to be healed, but as much as we want to, we can’t do it without any help. We don't mind exhausting all our money available just for her to get better but all our assets are almost exhausted. We now have very limited financial resources to continue supporting her. We are but a humble family and is doing everything we can to continue the treatment.
We are asking for monetary help from anyone who has a good heart and who is willing to help us. Any help is very much appreciated and we will be forever thankful for it, may it be big or small . Please do share and spread this so we can reach more people and please include our mother in your prayers for fast recovery.
In exchange for your generosity, our family will be forever grateful for your help and will include you in our prayers for God to always bless you, to always keep you and your family away from any harm, and to give you a happy and healthy life!
Looking forward to your support and prayers,
Nescille, Nicolette, Jeanne, Carmella, & Niño (Lanuza Siblings)