Help Mrs Rosaline Mbanefu fight against mesothelioma cancer


Esther Mbanefu is a 19 year old girl whom I came in contact with, she has a sister of about 8year old, 10years ago they lost their father due to a fatal motor accident on his way back from work, Her mother (Mrs. Rosaline Mbanefu) is a local trader, who sells cooked food on the streets of markets. Being the bread winner of the family, Mrs. Rosaline Mbanefu has managed to strive to ensure her children attends school. Mrs. Rosaline Mbanefu has struggled over the years to send Esther Mbanefu and her sister to a school she could afford, Esther Mbanefu has barely been able to complete her secondary education when their mother (Mrs. Rosaline Mbanefu ) was diagnosed with a stage 4 mesothelioma cancer (Stage 4 mesothelioma is a rare, malignant cancer in an advanced stage. Stage 4 cancer cells have metastasized, spreading to distant areas in the body. Stage 4 is the final mesothelioma stage and considered terminal. The average life expectancy for stage 4 mesothelioma is less than 12 months).

Mrs. Rosaline Mbanefu complains of pains and tightness of her chest, she suffers from night sweats and fever, difficulty in swallowing and this has made her not being able to eat well, and sometimes coughing up blood, the doctors said tumours have spread beyond the lungs
Mrs. Rosaline Mbanefu was given so many drugs they taught her free and go on with her life.
Unfortunately this is only the beginning of many treatments to come.
The family has employed and exhausted means and options for care
Mrs. Rosaline Mbanefu has to undergo radiotherapy and chemotherapy which may last for eight months

The cost of chemotherapy was estimated for two common first-line chemotherapy regimens, as recommended by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines) for malignant pleural mesothelioma. The first chemotherapy regimen considered was pemetrexed 500 mg/m2 on day 1, plus cisplatin 75 mg/m2 on day 1, administered every 3 weeks. The second chemotherapy regimen considered was both drugs and dosages included in the first regimen plus bevacizumab 15 mg/kg administered on day 1, administered every 3 weeks.

Considering the list of option available to Esther Mbanefu and her sister, they are taking this leap of faith to get needed help

Mrs. Rosaline Mbanefu may die if she do not complete her treatment,
This is an urgent appeal to help save a mother, a sister and friend struggling for her life.
The family is hoping she can commence treatment within 3months’ specifically we are pleading with you to help support this journey in one way or another.
This is her time of need, please help!

We would appreciate if you put her in your hearts and prayer.