In my previous post about Noubar Yigidbashian a few days ago, we collected over $5,000.
In Noubar’s interview on the Show, Hai Horizon on this link below explains it all.
Time is of the essence, and Noubar and his loved ones need all the donations they can receive. No donation is too small. even 10 dollars, 20 dollars or whatever monetary gift you can give and as well as the gift of life is and will be appreciated by Noubar, his loved ones. There are 31 days left and $16,657 has been raised of the $700,000 goal they are trying to receive for Noubar’s treatments.
This link outlines it all with information, photos and this is where you can donate.
You have no idea how much this will mean to them.
Thank you very much.
Sometimes life throws us an unfortunate curve ball of cancer and it is a terrible ordeal one has to go through along with loved ones of that person going through it all. Noubar Yigidbashian is 42 years old who has been going through 7 years of Multiple Myeloma cancer of the blood who definitely needs a miracle to treat him and unfortunately they are short of funds to get that treatment which has put him and his loved ones in a financial burden. They need $700,000 and so far $5, 728 has been raised on this fundraising site called YouCaring.com
Noubar makes monthly trips to New York at the Weill Cornell Medical Center. He is from Montreal. He heads to NYC to receive the treatment, however they have run out of money and he is desperate for his life to be saved. Noubar is running out of options as every possible corridor to cure him is becoming scarce.
Noubar has a wife and 2 children one is 12 and one is 16 years of age. They are mainly the reason why he is fighting this unfortunate battle, to beat it, to be healthy again and to engage into his family life once again. He is a great family man with family values. He is supportive, down to earth and beautiful person.
Please donate and share this link amongst your friends and family. No donation is too small. Whatever you can contribute will be greatly appreciated by Noubar Yigidbashian and his loved ones. It will mean the world to them that people are thinking about them and are acting on saving his life and his family as well. Thank you.
***Raising awareness about an important health issue that I need to address to everyone***
In the last few Months since beginning of April, I have kept this hush-hush and haven’t shared this online or anything, but it is time that I did and it is something that I want to raise awareness about and make sure other women like me know about it and get checked out as a precaution, anyway, I developed a health scare and it was something that I needed to be looked after right away. Considering my age and everything, I know that age is not a factor when it comes to health scares because anybody can have something at any age unfortunately and its a crazy thing, but in April, I noticed something that was not right and I was very frightened about it and didn’t really tell my family or friends about it until after I found out about what it was.
I was getting dressed and going on about my day and all of a sudden I felt something strange in my left breast. It was a solid and firm lump which was a little big and I did a self breast examination, and then I was so alarmed and so I had a physical check up assessment done like I do annually, and I had asked the doctor to do an examination and to get him to check it out, so then he told me that It is not dangerous and it’s not cancer, He knew right away by the way it felt, but he sent me to have an ultrasound as a precaution, but he needed to do that anyway. He told me younger women get this type of lump, and it just happens without anything that I did or whatever it was. and so I had my ultrasound done, and it was ruled out to be between Fibroadenoma and Benign Phyllodes tumor, and so I went to get a core surgical biopsy done last month and it was ruled out that I had that, and it is not cancer which I am so relieved about. So on June 27th, 2013, I had my Day surgery of a lumpectomy which they removed the lump and some tissue around it so that it won’t come back. Hopefully. So basically just been dealing with that and other things and I thank God everyday that it was not worse and I am so grateful that I caught it early and had it removed right away. I went to see another doctor that did my surgery and she said that it just happens to a lot of younger women and around your age. She said I have had a lot of cases like this, but she said you made a great decision by removing it. I have been blessed with the gift of Good health and my blogging and social media marketing career path is going well and underway to success in the future and I am looking forward to it all.
Just now, I am feeling a little discomfort from the surgery and everything but that is normal and I just had to express my feelings about what I had and to tell other women and girls about this. Men can get it too although very rare.
I was supposed to have the surgery 2 days before my cousin’s wedding, and I postponed it for another week or so until I came back or else I would have missed her wedding and I would not have been a happy camper, but I am glad the surgery is over and done with. It was my first time under the knife and being put to sleep. What a feeling it was waking up with it all done, being put in a hospital bed and taken to the recovery room and not feeling a thing. I was in and out within a few hours. the Anesthetic is a crazy feeling. I felt so sleepy and drowsy for the rest of the day and about 48 hours or so until the anesthetic fully left my body. I never even had IV put on my hand before and I had never been hospitalized before. I was always asking questions each time the nurse did something. I was so scared, but then it wasn’t so bad afterwards.
That is one other reason why I haven’t been able to blog lately because I have also been in recovery which will take a little time for healing, but I want to spread the awareness on women to do self exams once a month, if you feel any changes in the breast, dimpling, it looking like an orange peel on the skin, redness, swelling of the armpits, nipple moving inward, it is a good idea to go to your doctor right away. It is so important to be test. It doesn’t matter if you have family history or not, you must go and check it out and do the self tests because it is so important. raising awareness is key and make sure that you are aware of your health, any body changes, anything you feel, do not ignore it and prolong it. It can save you in the long run.
I am so glad I made the right choice. I was so nervous, and just having anxiety with all this and it worried me so much that I could not sleep at nights, but I am glad the worst is over and I am glad that it wasn’t what I thought it was. Wishing everyone good health and happiness. It is what matters in this world. Thank you.