***We’re overwhelmed by everyones donations we have received, and to reach our initial target already. All further donations are helping us look at more options that seemed out of reach due to cost previously. Please read Steve’s story below and continue to donate if you can, to help us give him the best chance to beat this***
In May 2019 Steve was unexpectedly diagnosed with Carcinoma Unspecified Primary Cancer at the age of 62. Anyone that knows Steve will know that, as a proud 3 Queens Veteran, he has always been active, hard working and a true fighter. The illness came as a complete shock to all of us. It was found in his spine, lung and bowel. Despite weeks of radiotherapy, in mid August he was declared terminal and untreatable due to his current state of health.
As a family we have decided to look into alternative methods as our only option of treatment. Having seen other peoples success with CBD and related products, we have started taking that route and have begun to see some unexpected improvement with his health. Even his nurses have been surprised by the turn he has taken. This has spurred us on to continue with this approach to beating this horrific disease.
We are setting up this Go Fund Me page as a means to continue this treatment, but it is an expensive route. We are trying the best we can, but the suggested dosage to hopefully beat the cancer requires a significant amount of money. We have based our target amount on the estimated cost of one avenue of treatment.
All further donations beyond the target amount itself will increase our options. We are looking at all methods available, no matter the cost. You are all helping us to give Steve the best hope of beating this.
Any money you can donate will go directly towards Steve's treatment and quality of life. As a family we are desperate to save our husband and dad. This is the last hope we've got, having been written off by the hospital. But we won't give up...and neither will Steve!
Any donation at all will be so greatly appreciated and mean everything to both Steve and ourselves. Thank you.