Esther is a lovely 80 year-old woman who has never missed a day of work in her life. Last year, while working on her small farm, Esther cut her hand with one of her tools.
Esther’s wound became infected and painful. She visited a clinic, and doctors diagnosed her with squamous cell carcinoma, a potentially fatal type of skin cancer. Left untreated, Esther’s cancer could spread and lead to a premature death.
Africa Mission Healthcare Foundation is requesting $750 to perform a wide local excision and skin graft. They expect this to, “remove the cancer and enable Esther’s wound to heal so she shall be able to continue with her daily activities without pain.” Let’s help hard-working Esther get back to the active life she loves!