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This fundraiser is for my sister, Lenie Rose, who is battling Primary Mediastinal Large B-Cell Lymphoma (PMBCL) and is currently on her third treatment protocol.
On July 6, 2018, she was diagnosed with malignant thymoma with superior vena cava syndrome which required her to undergo a series of chemotherapy and radiation. We finished all these last February 2019 but the disease continued to progress.
Our local oncologist in Cagayan de Oro advised us to send my sister’s biopsy slides for review. The results came in a week later and we found out that she was misdiagnosed. It came as a shock to me and my family but we decided to see this as the miracle we prayed for because PMBCL has a higher survival rate than her past diagnosis.
Ate Len is now on her third treatment protocol because the first line of treatment for PMBCL (which is R-CHOP) failed after she contracted a severe case of pneumonia. And as we strive to overcome this ordeal, it is my hope that you would support us in our battle.
I am therefore appealing to you for my Ate Len's current treatment. The goal is to put her on remission so she can undergo Stem Cell Transplant which will give her a 60% chance of cure. Her new protocol is estimated to cost more than P400,000 per cycle—and she needs at least six (6). Any financial support you can give will mean a fighting chance for my sister. We are also doing the best we can to avail of access programs and other financial assistance from various organizations to make sure Ate Lenie’s treatment will not be delayed.
You may also send directly to my sister's bank accounts:
BPI Account #9329158303
BDO Savings Account #006350105841
This may be a daunting task but we know we will pull through with your help.
Please also include her and our family in your prayers. We have always been strong believers that Ate Len is a miracle and that the Lord will heal her in time - we simply have to allow Him to work in our lives.
Thank you for your faithfulness and generosity.
- Caroline Joy Veronilla
- Campaign Owner
September 2020 UpdateUpdate posted by Caroline Joy Veronilla at 08:45 am
Hello! This is Lenie Rose. I recently celebrated my birthday and I want to share my joy!27 years old. Bald and scarred, but beautiful and blessed. Forgiven and favored. Loved and saved. Thank You Jesus!Looking back, I wanted to bloom but I had to be rooted. I wanted to branch. . . . .
July 2020 UpdateUpdate posted by Caroline Joy Veronilla at 05:56 am
My courageous sister finally underwent stem cell transplant last May. It took a while before we are able to give this update since my sister is still recovering from the procedure as of the moment. Her doctor informed us that the first 100 days after transplant is crucial for her. . . . .
April 2020 UpdateUpdate posted by Caroline Joy Veronilla at 11:31 pm
I AM IN REMISSION.It means that there is no cancer activity and the remaining tumors are stable in size. Finally. After 2 years of various treatments. Praise Jesus! 🙌🏻I am now qualified for a stem cell transplant, which we hope would keep me in remission for many, many years. With. . . . .
March 2020 UpdateUpdate posted by Caroline Joy Veronilla at 11:41 am
This is Lenie Rose. I am writing this update to personally thank all of you who have been supporting me.The result of my scan last November 2019, which is the previous update in this fundraiser, was unfortunately unfavorable. It showed disease progression on my mediastinum, lungs, kidneys, and aorta. I. . . . .
Lenie just finished her mid-treatment scan!Update posted by Caroline Joy Veronilla at 12:39 pm
Our warrior greets everyone a happy Friday! ✨She just finished her mid-treatment PET CT scan today and is currently resting at home. With two cycles down and an everyday dose of oral chemo, we are hoping that the scan will show results of complete remission so she can proceed with. . . . .
We are out of the hospital!Update posted by Caroline Joy Veronilla at 08:07 am
After three weeks of confinement, Ate Lenie was finally discharged last Sunday (October 13, 2019)! Within that period, she had her stem cell harvested in preparation for the transplant and she finished the first cycle of her current treatment protocol.Thank you for your support, prayers and well-wishes! Ate Len is. . . . .