Celeste Update: Merry Celeste-mas!

Happy Celeste-masHey Everyone!

It’s been a while since my last Celeste update, and I’m happy to report that Celeste is less than $20,000 away from her goal!   I had hoped that she would have reached it by now, but I know it will be reached soon with our help!

Celeste will be taking part in a special Cancer treatment vaccine program in the Grand Cayman Islands next week (She leaves on Thursday 12/10).  She is one of only 15 women selected for this clinical trial, and I wish her good health and a safe journey on this next chapter of her treatments.

Let’s make this Celeste’s HAPPIEST CHRISTMAS EVER and help her reach her final goal!  You can contribute here.  Celeste explains it all below in her latest update —

Here is some information on the therapy that I am embarking on and the first step for this particular treatment was to harvest my own cancer tissue and store them at StoreMyTumor for this treatment.

This is a Cancer Treatment Vaccine which is Developed With Immunotherapy
and Immunotherapy unlike chemo therapy has minimal side effects.

“Finding out that you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer is overwhelming.

Typical cancer treatments have a devastating impact on our bodies. This personalized immunotherapy uses the patient’s own tissues and cells, not putting anything foreign into the patient. Medicine will never produce anything near as effective as our immune system for disease eradication. The patient’s unique molecular profile is used to activate their immune system against the tumor to make this treatment much more powerful.

This facility offers a treatment for solid-tumor cancers with little-to-no side effects unlike other treatments available. The therapy teaches the body’s natural immune system to identify cancer cells and eliminate them. It is easily administered by injection once a month for four months. This technology’s safety and effectiveness has been proven in U.S. FDA sanctioned trials, and while the U.S. approval process is ongoing, the Health Practice Commission of the Cayman Islands has been approved for “Clinical Research” only and each participant will be carefully screened before admission to the research and full disclosure given prior to any potential participant.

The personalized cancer immunotherapeutics deployed at this clinic are licensed by and principally based on a particular doctor and scientists research breakthroughs, which helped launch gene-based medicine and other aspects of the biotech industry. And he is a world-renowned biomedical scientist, innovator and entrepreneur who has pioneered some of the past half-century’s most significant biomedical technologies used today in the study and elimination of cancer.”

So this gives you an idea of what I am taking part in as one of 15 women accepted for this treatment. And we leave for the Grand Cayman’s this upcoming Thursday 12-10-15 for 7 days. I so look forward to seeing the 7 mile beach as I understand we will very close to it!

Here in the photo below is an image of the beautiful Grand Cayman..can’t wait to see it!


If you can help in anyway with even a tiny donation we would so appreciate it!
https://www.gofundme.com/kvo9xs

 

Happy Celeste-mas

 

4 responses to “Celeste Update: Merry Celeste-mas!

  1. Reblogged this on celestialmusingsblog and commented:
    This will truly be the start of a ‘Trek’ of a lifetime!

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  2. Thank you so much dearest Therese for all your love and support. These 4 trips will be the “treks” of a lifetime!

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  3. Ms. Yarnell was on Inside Edition on Sept 6, 2016, with other Star Trek TOS “babes.” She looked great!

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