Help fight cancer with immunotherapy

Hello, I know it will be very hard to get enough money in this terrible time, but I have no other choice. 

I'm trying to get enough money for my amazing partner, Slavomira, who is a mum to four kids (two are adults, and two are just 6 and 7 and need their beloved mum).

She was bravely fighting cervical cancer till Friday (27 March) when we were told that all the treatment (five weeks of radiotherapy every day and a couple of chemotherapy sessions) was not successful and there is no way to cure her.

There are some options - biotherapy and immunotherapy. Unfortunately it has to be done privately, since it is not offered on the NHS, and the prices are too high.

The immunotherapy test kit, which will show how successful it would be and what treatment would have to be used costs £2,500, and the treatment itself is around £85,000.

Last April, she started to have symptoms of cervical cancer. She visited her GP many times with no results.

They told her it was a urinary tract infection, or a fibroid in her womb, or it was early menopause.

On 5 January, she collapsed and I had to call 999. Finally, after 9 months of problems they did something sensible and Mira was referred to a colposcopy screening which happened 13 January, with very bad results. She had cervical cancer, stage 2B.

It was the worst period of our lives, at least until Friday, because we believed, even though it's in an advanced stage, it's still treatable with a very good successful rate.

Unfortunately, it was not in our case. And because one of the side effects of radiotherapy is bad level of blood platelets, they can't even try different chemotherapy and hope the tumor shrinks.

So our only hope to save our beloved mum and partner is to ask you all for help. We will appreciate every single penny.
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    • £25 
    • 27 mos
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    • £20 
    • 28 mos
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    • £30 
    • 28 mos
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    • £30 
    • 28 mos
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    • £5 
    • 28 mos
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Slavomira Mauriova 
Evans Way, Sawston, Cambridge