Breast Cancer: This Woman Needs Your Help To Survive


LAGOS JULY 25TH (NEWSRANGERS)-She is in pain. The pain is terrible. Mrs. Josephine Ayanwu of No.14 Buraimoh Street, Olodi-Apapa in Ajeromi-Ifelodun Local Government Area of Lagos State is afflicted with breast cancer. And today she cries every minute out of the pain because the left breast has been cut and plastered.
According to her, it started like a boil in October last year in the armpit. She went to a pharmacy to buy drugs and after sometimes the boil disappeared.
When she travelled for Christmas, she started feeling some pains in the breast and had to go for a test where she was told it was tumor.
But after another test she was told that it is cancer. She did another test again and the result was confirmed.
She was then taken to Federal Medical Centre in Ebutte-Metta for treatment but unfortunately the workers were on strike then. She later went to a private hospital where she was operated on March 28.
So far the family had expended over N3million and is now financially exhausted and thereby needs Good Samaritans to help out.
According to her younger brother, Chibuzor Achufushi, who is taken care of her, the only way out for now is for good Nigerians, NGOs and other humanitarian bodies to intervene.
“I only have this small shop and for now it is extremely tough for us. If there is any way we can get help, please I need it”, he said with sober voice.
The family comes from Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra State.
For any assistance Mrs. Josephine Anyanwu could be reached through her brother phone number: 0703-337-1605 and Access Bank Account number: 0040079756 Chibuzor Achufushi.

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