Single Deceasing Mother Vows To Show Her Son The Real Love Before She Dies From Incurable Cancer
June 7, 2018 14:23 By Fabiosa
Ornela Kotupanova is a single mother to her 21-month-old son, Luca, and is about to die due to the incurable stage of rare cancer condition. She is trying hard to prolong the time spent with her little cutie but due to the allergy to chemotherapy, all the odds are against her.
Ornela is 30 years old and is one of two people in the world to be diagnosed with an unpleasant and incurable cancer condition – T4 M0 Neuroendocrine Maxillary Sinus Carcinoma Cancer.
The woman got cured of cancer in 2015 and immediately decided to get pregnant. Unfortunately, perhaps, it was too early for planning a child, as the body didn’t fully recover from the disease. As a result, in April 2018, Luca’s mother heard the fatal diagnose – T4 M1 neuroendocrine carcinoma.
Ornela is now suffering from unbearable back and leg pains, making it impossible for her even to play with her toddler son Luca:
It’s everytime I lift Luca or bend over. He begs and asks me to play. I burst into tears because I cant do the things I used to do with him.
The single mother feels devastated. The doctors predicted her to continue living up to six months and nine with the appropriate treatment.
However, the things became even more horrible when Ornela found out she had an allergy to chemotherapy treatment:
The truth is I desperately want to live. Knowing that I might die and he won’t even remember me – it’s the worst pain I have ever experienced.
Prolong the life
The community found a temporary way out for Luca’s mother. German immune therapy vaccines and antibody treatments can provide her with a possibility to keep the lights on for some additional time to spend with the beloved kid.
Her gofundme.com page has already gathered 20% out of £120,000 goal. Ornela still believes she can make it. The only real possibility for her to live is positive thinking.
Pray for the devastated mother and help her stay with her son for a bit more to enjoy the happiest moments of their life:
I want more than everything to see my son grow up, hear him say, mama, teach him to play basketball, teach him to draw, play the piano, take him to gigs, travel the world, see him fall in love, see him become a father and so much more.