Now everything has changed. Aggressive Lymphoma cancer has returned. She needs extensive medical care that will require out of state treatment, travel and living expenses, 24 hour nursing support and all the costs incurred during her treatments.
Please read Pamela's own words:
January 14th, 2020 at 2:30pm, I was diagnosed with cancer: Aggressive Large Cell Lymphoma between my heart and lung, and Stage 4 Slow Cell Lymphoma throughout the pelvic region. My bones were hollow and not making red and white blood cells fast enough for living.
But that evening at 10:00pm, any doubts about moving forward with treatment were removed when I received an extraordinary email. The daughter I had released for adoption when I was fifteen years old contacted me via Ancestry.com. I had searched for decades and, now, with a life-threatening diagnosis, we found each other. This miracle gave me the strength to undergo treatments.
Due to the pandemic, we had an internet relationship via Zoom and social media until I found out on April 1st, 2021 that the Lymphoma was back and aggressive. I got on a plane 24 hours later to unite with my daughter, Tracy, and grandchildren. The love and joy I felt was beyond words. Tracy also met my family.
The new treatment plan requires extensive treatments beginning with in-patient chemotherapy. The stem cell and T-cell therapy post-chemo will necessitate costly out-of-state treatment.
I am clear that this is a fight for my life. And I am ready however I know I can’t do this alone. I appreciate all your support in every way.
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