Help Debbie Beat Breast Cancer

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Raised by 14 people in 9 months
Created October 17, 2018
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Thank you for taking the time to view our GoFundMe campaign. We have just found out that Debbie Robinson has Stage 3, Grade 3 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma (IDC). While IDC makes for about 80% of all breast cancers, the fact that it is stage 3 means it has spread or "invaded" the surrounding tissue and lymph nodes. 

With this type of cancer, the prognosis was determined to be a combination of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted protein therapy, and surgery.  As we stand now, the plan is for chemotherapy once every 3 weeks, for at least 6 months.  Concurrent to this is the targeted protein therapy. After the 6 months, the doctors will reevaluate Debbie and if there are signs of regression, the final steps would be surgery and radiation therapy. 

Unfortunately, this is not the only battle she is fighting. Debbie has lived with Major Depressive Disorder for most of her adult life, and now the time has come for her to use the strength she greets each day with to clear another of life's hurdles.  We are asking for all the love and support we can get to fight these battles alongside Debbie. 

Please help support my family, and Debbie in her battle against breast cancer by contributing to our campaign. Even the smallest amount will make a difference to offset the ever increasing medical bills. If you are interested in other ways to help Debbie, please do not hesitate to ask, as every bit of help counts. 

If you wish to see updates on the treatment process, please visit her Caring Bridge page at  https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/debbierobinson1


Thank you for your love and support.

Sincerely, 
The Robinson Family.
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Thank you to everyone who has donated so far. I wanted to post a quick update with Debbie's treatment. She has had her first Chemo treatment, and felt pretty good for a couple days after. Then the anti-nausea medicine wore off, and it knocked her off her feet. This is more of what was expected as a side effect of the Chemo. They have updated her treatment plan to include a follow up visit 3-4 days after each chemo appointment to get a booster of the anti-nausea medicine. I will continue to update as we progress through the treatments.

Again, thank you for the donations. Every little bit helps. If you know anyone else who may be interested in donating, please share this page.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Regards,
Zack R.
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