VICTORIA CITY, TAMAULIPAS.- The Hernández Matas are in trouble again, after the insurance does not have the medicine to control the epilepsy of little Jennifer Guadalupe and in pharmacies it costs more than 1,300 pesos.
Maricela Mata thanks the population for the support they offered months ago to her little girl who has cerebral palsy and urgently needed a device to extract phlegm, today with all her sorrow she asks for help again.
“I am very sorry, but my daughter’s life is more important and for this reason, I ask for support to buy her a medication that she needs, because she only has two pills and the insurance does not have it for now.”
The mother of the family reveals that her condition is humble and recently she made a very large expense, by paying with a private individual for some studies that Jennifer had to do, so they ran out of money to buy the medicine.
Jennifer has infantile cerebral palsy (ICP), a group of disorders that affect a person’s ability to move and maintain balance and posture. It is the most common motor disability in childhood.
The little girl also suffers from West syndrome, which is an epileptic encephalopathy characterized by the electroclinical triad of epileptic spasms, delayed psychomotor development and an electroencephalographic pattern of hypsarrhythmia in the electroencephalogram, although one of these elements may be absent.
Infantile cerebral palsy (ICP) is caused by abnormal brain development, or damage to the developing brain that affects a child’s ability to control their muscles.
WHERE TO HELP?
If you want to help Jennifer and her family, you can go to Calle Esmeralda, Manzana 49 lot 1 ejido Loma Alta, contact Mrs. Marcela at 8343111807 or make a transfer to the card 64 6810 1464 0200 6660 Stp Banco del Oxxo.
By Raul Lopez Garcia
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