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Help 4-Year-Old Charmaine Fight Cancer!

Charmaine, a 4-year-old, is suffering from neuroblastoma, a form of cancer that has now spread to her bone marrow and bones.

Her relative is helping to raise half a million dollars as an upfront deposit to send the little girl to New York for treatment.


Cynthia, her mother, wrote in the original website at

I thought over, probably a couple hundreds of times wondering how to write this entry. At the end of the day, I still have no idea what to write.

Truth is when I first saw the email sent by Dr Aung on the amount needed to bring Charmaine to New York for treatment, I was shocked. $350,000 is the upfront deposit. I weren’t sure what currency it was in. Sent Jolene and Charlene a text message, ending the message with “I would give up if it is in USD”.

And of course, the bad news never ends.

$350,000 USD.

Half a million Singapore dollars.

How would I ever be able to raise this amount of sum? How do I convince anyone that Charmaine’s life is worth half a million dollars? I don’t know how. I seriously don’t know how. So many times, I want to give up. I don’t know how to think. I don’t know what to think. I don’t want to think. I don’t dare to think. contestant, Christabel Campbell, also created a Facebook video plea at

If you can help, you can contact her mother, Cynthia, at

You can also contact Charmaine's god mother at ourfeistyprincess [at]


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