What a happiness it is to live near the warm Sea of Azov! Without a doubt, where the sea breeze and the warm tender sun, the cheerful, smiling and happy children are born. Almost at every photo, Sasha Ostrovskyi has a sunny, joyful smile and a spark in his eyes and in there is a great desire to share emotions and children's thoughts deep inside. And how many questions arise in children's heads, while they grow up! And what to do when you can not ask, because you simply do not know how to speak physically. It remains only to observe, smile in response or use sign language.
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165 806 378.64 UAH collected in category Health
901 644.39 UAH - скарбничка категорії Health
This babe with an unusual name – Milena – was in such a hurry to appear in the world that she was born before the deadline. The 940-gram girl had a hypoxic-ischemic brain injury, so 2 weeks after her birth, Milena was on artificial ventilation. Then there were a long 2 months in kuvez.
"My name is Misha, I'm 4. My mom died a month after the birth, but I know she's looking from heaven and helping me fight my illness – cerebral palsy. I want to someday learn to sit, stand, walk and play with other kids. And even more I want to write "mother" with my pen, then she will hear me and be proud of me...".
Nine years ago three girls were born in the Pylypchuk family. Vira was born dead. Nadya and Luba were born alive. Alive, but unable to breathe on their own; alive, but with crossed eyes. And with cerebral palsy. The diagnosis was not timely. Doctors were late – for a year with one girl and for two years – with her sister. Time was lost.
"Hi, there! We are Olesya Topchiy and Sasha Adamchuk. We were born with a heart defect that wasn't compatible with life namely transposition of the major vessels. During the first hours of our life with a one-hour difference on the same day, we ended up at the Center for Children's Cardiology and Cardio Surgery and were born for the second time. An excruciatingly long surgery provided us with an opportunity to live and smile. From that very moment, we are friends not only in need but also in a great happiness! We regularly come back to the center like home for regular examinations and are grateful that there is such a light and magical place," that was an introduction of a letter our fund received.
Preschoolers Nastusya and Timofiyko, schoolchildren Sasha and Vitaliy, students Denis and Yana – what unites them? All of them were born with a genetic disease, cystic fibrosis. This is a rare disease, which is strikes, first and foremost, in the lungs. Abnormal thick mucus blocks the lungs, causing severe infections that provoke obsessive coughing, pneumonia, bronchitis and other complications.
"It'll soon be a year that I haven’t left my room, for behind its doors there's this sickening feeling of shortness of breath. And I'm just 21 and eager to live. I was stable till 17 years of age – I went to school, attended many sports sections. Ever since I'd been diagnosed with a genetic disease of cystic fibrosis at 5 years of age I've been adhering to a strict daily schedule – a bunch of pills, inhalations, breathing exercises, antibiotics… This has helped me to keep on for quite a while." Igor is an adult, he's already 21 and he doesn't need mediators to speak on his behalf no longer, he communicates with his doctors and various foundations on his own.
Every 15 child in Ukraine is born prematurely! Statistics are scary, is not it? And even more frightening is that they may not survive. Babies born before the term, doctors and benefactors carefully call "impatient". They are born with an extremely small weight and immediately after birth, a period of walking, which can last from several weeks to several months, comes on. All this time, the mother's heart is excited to calate, and the child will live and develop through devices that are capable of replacing the vital functions and organs that simply did not have time to develop sufficiently because of premature birth.
"Look for the money! Sasha urgently needs a bone marrow transplantation!", such terrible words Sasha's parents heard in the hospital. No one even could have thought that a few months prior to Sashenka Emets’s first birthday his parents would learn about the dreadful diagnosis of their son: juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia. Sasha is very small, but he is a very big fan of dogs. He just adores them, his beloved dog is still a toy, and his name is Buff.
Dear donors, you have already supported Lerochka Malyshko. Unfortunately, the girl needs support on a permanent basis. Her routine is “Hospital – Home – Hospital” – that is the reality for the young girl. She suffers from profound congenital X-factor deficiency of blood clotting, in other words, hemophilia is her diagnosis. That is the disease accompanied by frequent continuous uncontrolled bleedings that constitute life-threatening situation. Commonly this disease occurs mainly with men but Lera has a rare “girl’s form” – she is the only patient in Ukraine who has such a diagnosis.
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