After moving back home to Louisiana to take care of my elderly mother, I discovered that I had HER2 Positive breast cancer that had metastisized into my lungs and vertabrae. I knew something was wrong a year before the discovery, but normal testing showed nothing. In the Spring of 2016 I went to my primary physician for a cough I thought was caused by spring allergies. Since I have a tendency to move into pneumonia quickly from a persistent cough, he did an XRay. My lungs were full of cancer and I was put on a harsh chemotherapy immediately. I was given 1-5 years. The chemo nearly killed me and I can promise you I wish I were dead duing the protocol. Luckily ( I guess) it didn't work and my doctor tried the next chemo in line.
While undergoing this chemo, the Great Flood of 2016 destoyed my home with 4.5' of water in my house. We were not even considered to be in a flood zone but we lost everything. We rebuilt our home using every dime of savings and loans from family. We lived with my mom for six months while we rebuilt.
All during the rebuilding I was undergoing the second protocol of chemo which I have to admit was 100 times better than the first but once again it quit working. At this point my doctor admitted that we would try protocol after protocol but each one might work for a short period and then quit leaving me a bit further down the road to being gone. Hence the prognosis of 1-5 years.
That is when Idecided to go on a research binge along with members of my family and discovered that there are cancer cures happening outside the US that are being withheld from us here. Big Pharma and big money at work. I found a clinic in Mexico, CHIPSA, that is enabling the curing of all kinds of cancer. It is hard work to follow their protocal and expensive but I have seen with my own eyes people being cured when they follow the CHIPSA plan. This bring me to why I need help in funding my recovery. All of my medical expense at this time are out of pocket and extremely costly and I have exhausted my resources.
The recommended treatment has me taking CK3 IV's three times a week. Along with the IV's I take an insulin lowering drug, a low dose chemo drug and and immunotherapy drug. Inaddition to the drugs, I have nursing expenses for the IV and restrictive dietary needs. These expenses are running $5-6,000 per month.
I have tapped every resource I have at this time and urgently need your help in offsetting these costs. I am going back to Mexico mid-october to re-supply the IV products that are not available in this country.
Please help in any way you can.
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