Tumor patient needs urgent help
Monday, February 25, 2008
Jainaba Jallow a two year resident of Sukuta is dire need of D30,000 to undergo a medical treatment abroad in Dakar.
According to Fatou Kanyi who walked into the Observer office on behalf of little Jainaba’s family said a hospital in Dakar agreed to cure Jainaba tumor at a cost of D30,000 to save her life.
According to a medical report from the Royal Victorial Teaching Hospital management board sign by Dr. Juan Carlos Otero Ferras stated the little girl Jainaba Jallow is uffering from Tumor.
The orbit and brain CT scan of Jainaba shows that there is a big umhomogenes hyper dense mass that involve her left eye. In the projection of the left upper orbit area, there is another hyper dense mass.
The medical report further stated that there is a multiple meningioma and infiltration of the bone, or left orbit tumor.
On physical examination, mucous: moist and colored
RS: RA 24, no stertores
VCS: RH 110, no murmur, hemodynamic stable concient. While the left eye off the side.
Fatou appeal to donor community, NGO’s samaritans and welwiser’s to come to the aid of the ill affected Jainaba. Persons willing to help can contact Fatou Kanyi of Standard Charter Bank on 9953229 / 7060740.4494675,
Editor’s Note: The Daily Observer will offer D10,000 dalasi for this tragic girl’s treatment and we hope others can help us meet the target of D30,000. Tel: Tel Andrew DaCosta on 4494675 5,
Author: by Salifu M Touray