Jessica Olson's Brave Battle
I am appealing to your kind hearts to donate generously to help Jessica fight not her first, not her 2nd, but her 3rd cancer battle, within the last 5yrs.
A bit of background knowledge to help understand her current position and to see first hand the fighting spirit that shines through despite the huge mental and physical obstacles she continues to face.
May 3rd 2011 Jessica was diagnosed with Stage II Nodular Sclerosing Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. This is a type of lymphoma – a cancer that starts in white blood cells called lymphocytes. The large mass from her chest grew to protrude out of her neck. She was just fifteen years old, just started Year 10, and about to prepare for her half yearies at school. She had eight rounds of BEACOPP Chemotherapy and two and a half weeks of Radiotherapy. She of course lost all of her long beautiful hair, endured sickness beyond anyone's belief and her and her family hit rock bottom. But Jessica's fighting spirit was stronger than anyone expected, from a vulnerable, innocent teenage girl fighting such a horrible deadly disease. She amazed us all.
On December 5th 2011 she was announced as CLEAR – but had to stay PET NEGATIVE (no active cancer) for five years until she was declared "cured".
Four years later in November 2015 she found another lump, this time under her jaw. She had an ultrasound and it was misdiagnosed as nothing. Come April 2016 the lump hadn’t left and she knew something was wrong. So after another ultrasound, and a biopsy she was told the devastating news that she had Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma (cancer of the saliva gland).
In May 2016 she had a big operation where the gland was removed as well as tissue and 30 lymph nodes. The cancer had been found to have spread to the margin and 1 lymph node but it was a low grade tumour, which meant 6 weeks of radiotherapy was needed.
She had 28 doses of daily radiotherapy for six weeks.
Another celebration, as she had endured and fought another cancer.
However, just three weeks after her radiation was completed, another lump emerged in the exact same spot. She was told the radiation had not worked. This time a more radical, incredibly invasive operation was presented as her one and only choice. Her jaw to be broken, masses of tissue to be removed, facial nerves that control the use of her tongue and lip removed and a complete reconstruction of her face. It comes with a huge risk of permanent disfigurement and possibly leaving her with breathing and feeding tubes for the long term. If that isn't enough of a low blow, try to comprehend the mere 30% survival rate even after enduring this horrendous operation. The doctors say if they don't operate by Sept this year, she only has months to live.
Understandably she is now looking into alternative methods, searching the globe for miracle cures and remedies. But of course these come with huge price tags. Please help Jessica find legitimate alternatives by donating what ever you can. Every dollar counts towards her finding a purpose to the battles she has already fought.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your understanding and generosity.
.... I don't even have the words to express how I feel right now. In August this year I was told I have a recurrent, aggressive and rare cancer that was unpredictable and growing even whilst I was on radiotherapy. My doctor told me to go home, write a bucket list and plan how I wanted to be remembered because I had months to live at best. I said to her I wasn't ready to do that.... and now I don't have to be. 3 months later I've just walked out of my specialists office after he called me a MIRACLE. My scans are all clear of cancer!!!!! Thank you so much to everyone for your ongoing support and love. You all made this possible for me, this was a team effort and now I have the greatest Christmas present of all. My life. ✨
Please continue sharing and donating so that we can help give Jessica as many options as possible.
Hi jess, what a battler u are. If u r interested in some ideas of how u can heal your body and avoid getting cancer again google alcohol, and high dairy and meat intake. I understand what I am saying is risking a back lash of attacks but both my parents have had cancer and my husband has done a lot of research. I am extremely healthy I don't drink because I choose not to and I am vegetarian and I watch how much dairy and sugar I consume daily. All the best u can do it! Well done to u for making conscious choices like not using unatural makeup and eating only organic. Eating only organic and using only organic is expensive. I use a lot of natural skincare products and makeup that is natural but not organic I find the organic options can be expensive. I also buy whatever spray free local produce I can find where I live as a lot of the organic produce I find expensive and I can't afford to buy it! So we buy and eat a lot of fresh produce. My family, which includes my husband, my two young kids and myself are healthy and vital and we rarely get colds of flu.
Dear Jessica. May i suggest an Alternative herbal remedy such as Black salve. I have used it in the past couple of months with great success for a number of tumors on my face and my right leg. The salve really goes after the cancer cells and leaves healthy tissue intact. Big Farma hates it because it really works. The for & against is available on Utube. I hope this may be helpfull and you can go after this f....k...g disease. james.
I cured myself of spreading melanoma cancer of both lungs, liver and had seven tumors excised from my neck/shoulder region. I have been free of all cancers for SEVEN years. My colleague in the US had prostate cancer that turned to bone cancer. He took the same alternative treatment and he, too, has been free for seven years. My info is FREE Frank E. Burdett
Jess please can you check your fb messenger "other folder" ive sent you (& also Corey) messages as im trying to make personal contact. I also have cancer, 3 times, in 5yrs & would really appreciate some alternative guidence on doses. Congratulations on your AWESOME results, im thrilled for you & your family & hope to do the same for my family xo
Hello Jessica. I also was diagnosed with mucoepidermoid carcinoma of my sublingual gland. Had my first surgery in September. I've only found one other person with this as he wrote a book about it that you may be interested in reading. It helped me deal. Feel free to contact me if you want to.
Such truly wonderful news xx thank you so much for the update xx so much love to you all xx
That's the best news ever. Congratulations Jess. You are a true fighter and certainly deserve to live a long and happy, healthy life.
This is the best news! There could be no better gift!!! Congratulations on your courage and your fight! x