Good News: Nasa Pilipinas na si Mary Jane Capinpin (ang OFW na may cancer sa Russia) – DFA OUMWA Report

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Ngayong araw Setyembre 25, 2021 – nagpadala po sa atin ang DFA OUMWA Manila, ng kanilang case documentation and assistance report tungkol sa welfare case ni Mary Jane Capinpin – (OFW na may cancer sa Russia).

Ang kaso ni Mary Jane, ay nailathala natin sa website na ito na may pamagat na Pinay OFW na may kanser sa Russia, humiling na makauwi sa Pilipinas para makasama ang kanyang pamilya.

Narito po ang cover letter ng Case Documentation at Case Assistance Report ng DFA OUMWA. (Note: Ang ibang mga pages ay hindi namin pwedeng ipapalabas in public for privacy reasons. Ang mahalaga ay natupad ang dasal ni Mary Jane at dasal din nating lahat)

Updates from Russian Charity Group

Filipino cancer patient Mary, who dreamed of dying at home, flew to Manila

MOSCOW 09/23/2021 637

Filipino cancer patient Mary Jane , who was in a hospice in Moscow and dreamed of dying at home, was able to get to Manila. She met with loved ones. This was announced  on September 23 by Anna Federmesser,  founder of the Vera hospice charity foundation.

“Yesterday Mary Jane arrived in Manila, spent a day in quarantine at the hotel (at this time, we also needed our pain relief), and today she was transferred to the hospital, where she finally saw her family. Mary is a fighter. She made it in time.

Thanks to many and many of you who have prayed for her and donated money for this wildly expensive route, ”wrote Anna Federmesser.

A woman has advanced stage breast cancer with metastases to the spine. In early September, the doctors said that she had 2 weeks to live. Mary wanted to say goodbye to her loved ones, but to return to her homeland, she needed about 1 million rubles.

This money was collected by caring people.

“I had to decide how to transport morphine, because she is on pain relief 24/7. Three-day pain relieving patches did not give a sufficient effect, and one injection or one pill would not have been enough for her all this long journey, because there is still a transplant in the middle of the world. Then there were difficulties with a visa for accompanying doctors.

All this was handled manually by our coordinator of the Degunino hospice. On the phone with three countries, embassies, consuls, airlines, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, and most importantly – in constant communication in English with Mary Jane herself, which is fading day by day … “, said Anna Federmesser.

The portal “” told the story of the patient of the Moscow hospice Mary Jane earlier.

Related Link: Pinay OFW na may kanser sa Russia, humiling na makauwi sa Pilipinas para makasama ang kanyang pamilya

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