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£133raised of £180,000 target by 10 supporters

    Weʼve raised £133 to help get lifesaving cancer treatment in germany

    Sough, United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 16th September 2017

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    Im dying that's the top and bottom of it. Im devastated years old been married 7 weeks and im not going to live much longer. This page has been extremely hard for me to set up as i do not like asking for help i was a very dependant person until cancer stripped that away from me. At the age of 35 i was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer i was devastated but thought to myself yes u had to give up work but if u can get through the next 12 months of treatment you can start to rebuild some of your life. So i began explaining to my 10 year old autistic daughter how the treatment would effect mummy and how ill i was going to look and arranged councelling for my daughter. I then started to prepare for my 6 rounds of chemo. After 6 months of treatment i had a double mastectomy,reconstruction, then straight onto intense radiotherapy every single day for 4 weeks. I could finally see the end of this gruelling nightmare until i got called into my oncologists office to talk about my latest scan results.the cancer had already spread. The news was heartbreaking i was 36 had secondary cancer that was incurable and i was going to die young. Since then i have tried tamoxifen, herceptin, kadcyla chemo (a new drug trial chemo) but this gave me atrial fibralation and heart problems. My current scans have revealved that the cancer has now spread to my chest wall, lungs, and brain. Time is running out for me rapidly and all i want to do is spend as much time with my daughter and new husband and family. My daughter is not handling this well at all and has had to have more councelling. She cannot understand why our NHS are just sending me home to die when there is treatment available in other countries. Thats where you come in. Im begging you to donate as little as possible to get me to germany to the Hallwang clinic for immunotherapy treatment. So i can spend at least another christmas with my daughter. I want to see her grow and attend high school. Everything people take for granted.

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      10

      • Kelly Burns

        Kelly Burns

        Jul 23, 2017

        Wishing you the best

        £10.00

      • Josephine Elsmore

        Josephine Elsmore

        May 24, 2017

        ❤️

        £10.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        May 22, 2017

        good luck hope you reach your amount

        £50.00

      • Kayleigh Mccash

        Kayleigh Mccash

        May 21, 2017

        £3.00

      • Anonymous

        Anonymous

        May 21, 2017

        £30.00

      • Sue Downing

        Sue Downing

        May 20, 2017

        £5.00

      • Amy Hickey

        Amy Hickey

        May 20, 2017

        £10.00

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      sarah monk

      sarah monk

      Sough, United Kingdom

      37 years young and dying ! i dont want to die i want to spend time with family and friends. i want to watch my daughter turn into a beautiful young woman watch her attend high school, college. i want to be there when she marrys and makes me a grandma. what people take for granted

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