Ashleigh Is 23 years of age and has terminal cancer due to a GP and Specialist not conducting basic tests like a biopsy.
She is on a mission to get her story out there for young people to get checked but also to get another doctor to have a look at it if you are still not sure. That would have saved her life if she did.
We are going to make her last few weeks the best with a marriage and anything else that will make her happy.
Ashleigh has only has a few weeks they tell us left so we are trying to make it the best we can
for her and make sure she gets the wedding that every girl dreams of.
Getting her story out there by doing interviews drains her so much but she is so driven to save other lives that she is spending her limited time left trying to help other people.
She is just an amazing young lady who deserved better than what she has to face.
Please share this link not just for the donations but so everyone sees her story and help her spread the message to everyone re medical checks.
So lets spread Ashleigh's story it may save someones life.
Every cent raised will be spent on making Ashleigh as happy as we can, we are going to organise things such as Xmas in September.
As a side point for people facing serious medical conditions is the parking at Hospitals we have spent $1436 so far this year just on parking, I feel sorry for everyone who has a sick relative that will be paying these huge amounts. $17 to park and when Ash is on hospital for over a week that’s a $100 something needs to be done to fix that.
Ashleigh got married in an amazing ceremony on Saturday and we are now using the left over money to pay for a nurse to look after Ashleigh during the night as we have used up our 4 free nights, the cost of this is $600 per night and it allows Ashleigh to remain at home at it makes her feel more comfortable knowing that a trained nurse is here with her.
This page is an education page above everything else so please watch Ashleighs interview and PLEASE spread her message let’s not let this happen to another person ever again,