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Teresa, Volunteer Mentor (@hopeful33250)

Mom has stomach cancer in Cameroon: Young caregiver

Cancer | Last Active: Dec 26, 2020 | Replies (137)

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Hello @arreyprotus Sounds like you and your mother have a difficult time ahead. Do you have family near who can be your support system?
You said that the surgery cannot be done until your mother is at an appropriate size and weight. This is very understandable because surgery is so hard on the body. Your mom needs to be physically strong to undergo surgery. The perikabivin given by vein will help your mother get stronger. Will she need to remain in the hospital for this treatment?

Here is a link to some information on treatment of stomach cancer by Mayo Clinic. I hope you will find it helpful.
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/stomach-cancer/symptoms-causes/syc-20352438

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Mom @becsbuddy that is what i think that the will be a difficult time ahead but our hope is in God,actually just me and my siblings we are just managing to see how we can take care of our mother with the little we can afford and also if we can get help from any external family members,she will remain in the hospital for now but in the future that we don't know,for now let see how it goes with the PERIKABIVEN .if i knew any other options which is better and lest expensive other than PERIKABIVEN i would have upted for it