/According to the woman who is battling breast cancer for the second time, there is no full package of medicines

According to the woman who is battling breast cancer for the second time, there is no full package of medicines

A New Orleans woman battling breast cancer for the second time is heartbroken and heartbroken after saying that she desperately needs the full package of her medicine which is over. New Orleans police are now investigating. “Besides, I have trouble swallowing water.” I have extreme joint and muscle pain which is unbearable. It’s completely unbearable, so it supports my body so I don’t get these serious extreme side effects. “Cancer is a difficult issue for Bentez. She died in 2011 after her husband died in 200. She died of breast cancer in 2011 but was recently diagnosed again. Bentez said her medicine was sent to her old address. It has been provided, but it is missing. Bentez is undergoing drug replacement, but he is very nervous about how his body will react to chemotherapy without his medication. ” Life, I’m fighting for my survival, ”Bentez said. “It’s incredible, just like basic humanity. I’m worried I’m worried about what we’re experiencing as a culture, it’s heartbreaking. The incident was first reported at around 7:20 p.m. Placement in NOPD’s Alternative Police Response Unit as a burglary in the 1300 block of Esplanade Avenue in 2020, 2020. The respondent spoke to the victim, who on June 19 received confirmation of the delivery of a package at his apartment building but said he did not go to pick up the package because he was not feeling well. The victim said she sent a friend to pick up the package later that day. The package was missing when the friend arrived at the location to secure the package. Detectives will work to gather any and all evidence and information, including talking to anyone who may have any and potential surveillance video as part of the investigation. ”

The New Orleans woman battling breast cancer for the second time is crushing and heartbreaking.

After that when he says that his package full of his medicine becomes desperate which is what he needs. New Orleans police are now investigating.

WDSU spoke to Melissa Benitez about her chemotherapy treatment.

Benitez said the missing medicine pill helped him recover from the treatment.

“It makes all the difference in the world,” Benitez said. “Besides, I have trouble swallowing water. I have extreme joint and muscle pain which is unbearable. It’s completely unbearable, so it supports my body so I don’t get these serious extreme side effects. “

Cancer is a difficult issue for Bentez. Her husband died in 2007.

Then in 2011 she was diagnosed with breast cancer and beat it but recently she was diagnosed again.

Bentez says his medicine was sent to his old address.

He said it had been delivered, but it was missing.

Bentez is in the process of drug replacement, but he is very nervous about how his body will react to chemo without his medication.

“It would be terrible for someone not to go through chemo, but it’s a drug, it’s deadly. This is my life, I’m fighting for my survival, “Bentez said.” It’s incredible, just like basic humanity. I feel anxious. I’m anxious about what we’re experiencing as a culture. It’s heartbreaking.

NOPD has issued the following statement to WDSU:

“We can confirm that an incident of theft under this item number is under active investigation by the First District of NOPD. The incident was first reported at around 7:20 p.m. Placement in NOPD’s Alternative Police Response Unit as a burglary in the 1300 block of Esplanade Avenue in 2020, 2020. The respondent spoke to the victim, who received confirmation of the delivery of a package at his apartment building on June 19, but said he did not go to pick up the package because he was not feeling well. The victim said she sent a friend to pick up the package later that day. The package was missing when the friend arrived at the location to secure the package. Detectives will work to gather any and all evidence and information, including talking to anyone who may have any and potential surveillance video as part of the investigation. “

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