Help Denise Battle Breast Cancer
As child of God, with a special gift for photography, Denise typically finds herself behind the lens focusing in on the special moments of other people’s lives. However, with the sudden onset of this illness, health complications have caused the focus to shift onto Denise.
Since this past February, Denise has been faced with the struggle of a lifetime. Beyond the physical challenges of undergoing biweekly chemotherapy treatments, Denise has been forced to deal with major changes to her life such as, sacrificing her apartment to cut expenses, limited mobility due to lack of strength, lack of appetite, weight loss, numerous surgical procedures, complete upheaval of her regular weekly routines, and now requires driving assistance due to her weakened state after receiving treatments.
Being a former foster parent and care provider, just the adjustment of being cared for by others has been mentally taxing since she has spent a good portion of her life tending to the needs of others, young and old.
Mounting medical bills only adds additional stress as she is operating on an extremely limited budget. Yet and still, Denise continues to find new ways to stretch out her resources.
Denise understands and reveres the work that goes into caring for others. Daily she thanks God for the work he is doing through her “guardian angels” who look have been shepherding over her since her diagnoses was revealed. Her church family and friends have been extremely supportive and through it all she has maintained a positive outlook with prayer and trust in God’s divine will.
Let’s all join her team and help her win the fight against breast cancer. Please lift her up in prayer and bring as much awareness as you can to her Go Fund Me campaign. With your contributions we can lessen her medical-bill induced financial burden and allow her to focus solely on healing.
Thank you in advance for your support.
Denise's Family & Friends (aka TEAM DENISE)
Denise, I am sorry about your fall. You know it takes a lot out of us when we fall at our age! I am glad, however; that it you are doing fine and that nothing was broken. Much love to you, my friend.
I read that you were having nausea. Zofran works great for that. I have gotten chemo also, and Zofran is essential for me.