Urgent Fundraising – Hafizah 2.0 (Breast Cancer)



"The children need their mom, and I really need this medication to inhibit the growth of cancer cells. The doctor says this medication is the only effective treatment for me. Please, everyone, help me."

Hafizah Binti Hussin, a 38-year-old woman from Sungai Petani, Kedah, was diagnosed with breast cancer and has undergone a series of treatments. Now that the cancer cells have spread to her lungs, she is not suitable for surgery, radiation, or even chemotherapy. The doctor has recommended oral and injectable hormone therapy as her only hope, and she urgently needs RM60,000 for her medical expenses.

【After taking the medication for three months, the cancer cells in her body have decreased, and the doctor has advised her to continue taking the medication to inhibit the growth of the cancer cells】

In 2019, Hafizah sought medical help after discovering a small lump in her left breast. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy, followed by regular check-ups. Last June, she experienced difficulty breathing and was sent to the hospital, where tests revealed pleural effusion caused by the spread of cancer cells to her lungs. In November, she started oral and injectable chemotherapy. Hafizah has been very cooperative during her treatment, and after three months of medication, tests showed a reduction in her cancer cells, greatly boosting her confidence in facing the future. However, the high cost of medication worries her.

The medication she is currently taking inhibits hormone production in her body, leading to bone loss, causing her to frequently experience leg pain. Additionally, the side effects of the medication include hair loss, dry and itchy skin, and emotional instability. However, to continue being there for her children as they grow up, she must take the medication to control her illness.

Her husband, Muhammad Zuhairi bin Rosli, 37, is a lorry driver earning about RM1,500. Recently, Hafizah has started a part-time job at home selling frozen buns, but the income is only a few tens of ringgits. The couple has two children, aged 13 and 9, whom she drives to and from school.

Given that her children are still young and need their mother's care, and Hafizah's positive and proactive attitude towards fighting cancer, she sincerely appeals for public help to cover her annual medication costs.

After a home visit and review, One Hope Charity has decided to raise the RM60,000 needed for her medical expenses. Hafizah and her family have agreed to entrust the fundraising activities entirely to the One Hope Charity & Welfare, who will also handle the receipt of donations. For any inquiries, please contact One Hope Charity's hotline at 04-539 9212, 016-4192 192, 019-2322 192, or 018-911 4192.

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