Hello my name is Mark Gastineau #99 NY Jets
Thank you for showing interest and coming to this gofundme page.Update: Greetings and Happy 4th of July!
It's been one week since my last chemo/radiation treatment. In 3 weeks
I will have a catscan to review my progress. Please keep the prayers coming and we are praying for everyone that has reached out to me with incredible support and kindness.We are all Sacking Cancer Together!
We have been blessed with all your help in taking care of prescriptions and insurance. We couldn't make it without you; thank you for your help and please keep on sharing.
For more updates and posts please visit: https://www.facebook.com/99.Gastineau/
It is new for me to reach out for help but my wife Jo Ann and I agreed that it was time to share this need with my friends and fans.
As you may have read, along with some other health issues, I was "Blind Sided" 6 months ago with a diagnosis of stage 3 colon cancer.
I am presently being treated at Foxchase Cancer Center in Philadelphia. I had surgery to remove the tumor and treatment to kill the cancer.
Its been a difficult fight but I know I will have victory with the Lord fighting this battle with me. Thank you for all your love and support.
My husband Mark is in great spirits and gives thanks to the Lord for his continued victories in the healing process. He just finished his 8th round of chemotherapy and joyfully rang the traditional bell at Foxchase Cancer Center for completing his chemotherapy.
Next week he continues to "Sack Cancer" with 5 1/2 weeks-5 days a week of radiation therapy.
We ask for assistance in raising money with the costs associated with these and other medical procedures and personal care.
We are also losing our home in the midst of these health battles. Donations would be greatly appreciated in finding a new home. We are asking for prayer for our upcoming search for a new home and peace in the process.
We thank everyone who has been holding us up in prayer and writing to us with well wishes.
We will continue to fight these illnesses with everything possible. In, Christ we believe all things are possible.
- Jo Ann Gastineau