It’s been two years since my close friends Jasmine & Randall celebrated her fight of becoming Cancer-free from Ductal Carcinoma in Situ Breast Cancer
. During her time of remission a lot has happened; new jobs, their first-born turned 5 and they were blessed with their healthy second child this past July. For the most part, life was good and they started to put that part of their lives behind them. But with the fight of cancer we all know there's a scary possibility for it to return. About a month ago, Jasmine started to experience pain in her side, which was persistent enough to warrant a visit to their doctor. After a series of tests over a short period of weeks, she received a diagnosis of Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer that spread to the right and left lobes of her liver.
In Jasmine's first battle with breast cancer she received a double mastectomy with immediate reconstruction along with becoming dedicated in making some important lifestyle changes. Unfortunately, cancer that has advanced to stage 4 has very slim chances of being removed completely. The treatment plan sought out for her is chemotherapy along with HER2 blockers (herceptin & perjeta). Of course the trade off to chemotherapy is that it cannot tell cancer cells from healthy ones and as a result comes with debilitating side effects.
Wanting to take a different approach on her healing, Jasmine and Randall are asking for financial support in an effort to explore alternative treatment options at Hope4Cancer's
facility, without going through chemotherapy and other conventional treatment methods. Hope4Cancer offers mind, body, and soul healing; treating the person as a whole and offering non-toxic therapies that target cancer cells, leaving vital tissues and organs healthy.
Hope4Cancer unfortunately is not covered by insurance, therefore we are asking to help raise $50,000
in hopes of having her start the program and her healing journey as soon as possible. The support of many could help us reach this goal. We are extremely appreciative for ANY AMOUNT
that you donate.