Jennifer's Comfort for Cancer

Three years ago Jennifer began her challenging battle against  colon cancer.She arrived at the emergency room for pain in her side, thats when doctors  discovered the repulsive disease. At the time of the discovery she already had mets of the liver.  She endured many treatments such as surgeries, chemotherapies and radiation.Even though these treatments made her achy,weak and many more things she never complained. She still did everything for her family from cooking and making birthdy cakes to going to football games for her son and grandchildren. She didn't care how these modalities made her feel as long as it meant she had more time. More valuable  time with her family, more time to breathe in  her children grandchildren and husband,more time to sit on her front porch and feel the warm sun or watch the fireworks or to go swimming. Through the treatments the cancer continued its viscious growth and now consumes her. In January she was told there were no more treatment options left and she only had 6 monthes life expectancy. She was actually told 6 monthes a couple of times ,but she likes to prove others wrong. 2 monthes ago Jennifer fell and broke her right hip. Not knowing the cancer growth had caused a stress  fracture in her leg, she stood up to walk and the pressure broke her hip. Jennifer then had a hip replacement surgery. Since this event Jennifer's determination and independent spirit  remained but her body foresakes her. The words I am about to write is not for sympathy. Cancer  is the most devasting disease I have ever watched a person and their family go through. It robs your body and steals the person you once knew and leaves you feeling hopeless. My father Darrin Frazier(my mother's rock) was informed by a hospice  social worker that from this point forward he could not go to  work. That he needed to be available to my mother at all times. Hospice no longer allows around the clock care according to regulations. This has added unimaginable stress to an already difficult time. Donations would be used for assistance to  pay for medications,bills,housing and memorial service.   Any donation and prayers would be profoundly appreciated.
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Organizer

Whitnie Bedunah 
Organizer
Crandall, TX
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