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We humbly request your assistance in helping our
brother Yakob beat cancer.
Yakob is a loving husband; a doting father to
his four beautiful children ages 13, 11 (twins)
and five (5); and an awesome brother and son.
Anyone that knows Yakob knows he is a family man
with a heart of gold. He is selfless and always
willing to lend a helping hand to anyone without
expecting anything in return. He is currently
fighting for his life and now needs our help.
In May of 2016, Yakob was diagnosed with Stage 4
Colon Cancer which had spread to his lungs.
Determined to beat the cancer, Yakob has
received several rounds of chemotherapy
treatment in the past year and a half with mixed
results. Test results have shown some progress
in the cancer origination area but the
chemotherapy does not seem to be as effective in
treating the tumors in his lungs. In addition,
the chemotherapy has multiple severe side
effects that, at times, have caused him to be
hospitalized. No matter how daunting it may be,
Yakob continues to fight this tough battle he
and his family know all too well. In 2010, his
then 6-year-old son was diagnosed with Stage 4
Neuroblastoma – a rare form of childhood cancer.
His son was able to successfully beat his cancer
a few years ago and Yakob plans to do the same
with your help and prayers.
While the chemotherapy kills cancerous cells, it
does not differentiate between healthy and
cancerous cells. Consequently, the treatment has
taken a toll on his immune system as well as his
family's quality of life. Witnessing the
day-to-day impact on him and the children,
motivated his wife Rahel, to search tirelessly
for alternative treatments. As a result of her
research, we’ve recently become aware of another
treatment option, Lentzloc (an immune-based
non-toxic cancer treatment). https://www.int-imm-foundation.com/en/your-diagnosis/your-diagnosis-metastatic-cancer.htm .
Lentz-Loc is a non-toxic alternative for
immunological cancer treatment. It is currently
approved in Germany with a high success rate.
Each treatment can cost up to €55,000 and most
patients receive three treatments that have
yielded positive results. In order to receive
the treatment, Yakob will have to travel to
Germany for several months. The treatment has
not been approved in the United States and
therefore is not covered by his health
His family has come together to ask for your
help in raising funds for this treatment to help
Yakob continue the fight.
Please keep Yakob and his family in your
thoughts and prayers. Your thoughts, prayers and
generous donations are sincerely appreciated.