I have created this page for a close friend of mine, her name is Steph Nally. Please take 2 minutes to read about her tragic story.
Steph is a 29 yr old mother of two beautiful children who has a strong loving family. Her children are aged 6 and 3 years old. Steph is the best mother you could ask for and her children depend on her very much. She works hard and provides the best life for Lola and Blake. Steph is the loveliest and kindest girl and doesn't seem fair that this is happening to such a great girl and loving family.
Since giving birth to her son Blake Steph has visited her doctors surgery numerous times with sever back pains, leg cramps, and bleeding, she had also requested a smear test a number of times and was refused, each time diagnosed with various illnesses, ranging from cysts on ovaries, slipped disc to child birth complications for over 2 and a half years.
On the 16th of October a new doctor at the surgery requested an emergency blood test, this was her first since child birth and Steph was immediately rushed to wythenshawe hospital
After many tests Steph was then diagnosed with stage 4B grade 3 cervical cancer, that is attacking the immune system and this has now spread and can not be operated on at this point. The NHS can only offer chemotherapy, this is due to start on the 19th of November.
Her family including mum dad sister and children are all in despair and have started researching alternative medicines and treatments from overseas such as Germany, California and Russia. These treatments are
NOT AVAILABLE ON THE NHS, however can be paid for privately. These treatments range from £20,000 to £100,000
As this has happened so sudden we do not have a solution at this stage but we know that the required treatment or medicine will not be affordable for steph and her family without help
We also know that if the worst case becomes reality and her family do not receive the news they've been hoping for then any money raised will be contribute to giving steph and her family great memories from the time they have left together.
We are all trying to remain positive for Steph and her family, we hope you can help