FeaturedHealth

Ogun Mother Of Three Needs N1.4M To Solve Colon Cancer Crisis

 Titilayo Adebeshin, a mother of three from Ogun State, is in need of N1.4m to end the battle with stage four anorectal cancer,  appealing for financial support to access life-saving treatment.

PLATFORM TIMES gathered that Adebeshin’s ordeal began with alarming weight loss and rectal bleeding, symptoms initially mistaken for piles. 

Despite undergoing various treatments, her condition deteriorated, leading to a grim diagnosis of stage four anorectal cancer in October 2023.

Struggling to contain her anguish, Adebeshin recounts the agonizing journey of relentless pain and escalating medical costs.

 Enduring 16 injections daily to manage her suffering, the financial strain has left her family depleted, having already expended over ₦1 million on treatments.

With urgent chemotherapy sessions and subsequent surgery looming, Adebeshin faces a daunting medical bill totaling ₦1.4 million. 

PLATFORM TIMES also reports that essential procedures, including colostomy bag placement and diagnostic tests, further compound the financial burden.

In a fervent appeal to the public’s generosity, Adebeshin implores compassionate individuals and organisations to rally behind her cause, offering a lifeline to secure vital treatment. 

Contributions can be made directly to her United Bank of Africa (UBA) account, or by contacting her via phone for further assistance.

 

Bank: United Bank of Africa (UBA)

Account number: 2161502218

Account name: Ojo Titilayo Peace

She can also be reached via 08068872404

Do you want to share a story with us? Do you want to advertise with us? Do you need publicity for a product, service, or event? Contact us on WhatsApp +2348183319097 Email: platformtimes@gmail.com

Related Articles

Back to top button