Stas finished taking maintenance chemistry. Now the boy has a long way to recovery, and as it turned out, expensive financially. He began to undergo a complete examination of the body, passed tests. "Stas was already prescribed to take medicaments for the head because it was radiation", writes the mother of the boy. "For the heart "chemistry" has made itself felt, for the gall and liver – plus a diet and medications from the endocrinologist and treatment for Staphylococcus aureus. In general, this is only the beginning, immunity at zero". Since almost all the time Stas was at home, he became interested in the modeling of airplanes and cars, cutting out the liked models from foam and cardboard. Cars are the dream of every boy! Stas is no exception. He really wants to learn how to drive a car.
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Diana Shyshman passed anti-relapse chemotherapy courses and Hurray! Remission reached! Several times, thanks to the support of UBB donors, this girl received the necessary medications for treatment. We sincerely thank people who are not indifferent to the fate of Diana for their help! After discharge from the hospital, Diana’s affairs did not go very well: against the background of toxic hepatitis, the liver indices constantly tried to get out of the norm, there were also problems with well-being.
Inna’s story began with a routine Mantoux screening for tuberculosis. The body’s reaction worried the doctors. The physiologic pulmonologist sent her to a tuberculosis sanatorium where treatment was promptly initiated. Heavy drug dosages caused severe nausea and terrible leg pain. Inna, who is always active and cheerful, did not lose her upbeat mood, even when her schoolmates turned away from her calling her by an abusive name.
Many countries are ahead of Ukraine in many aspects. Looking at the lifespan of patients with genetic diseases, the difference is shocking. Few Ukrainians with cystic fibrosis (CF) survive to adulthood. Their life expectancy in Ukraine is only one-third to one-half as long as in the EU and USA – were leading full lives of 40-50 years is common. CF is currently incurable, affecting all internal organs, enveloping them with thick mucus in which deadly bacteria multiply.
How much is the life of a prematurely born baby? How much does a child’s life cost? She is priceless! But it completely depends on the material support of the hospital. After all, nursing children who were born well in advance is completely dependent on the devices. This project is aimed at saving the small patients of Mariupol territorial medical association of child and woman health, the purchase of a pulse oximeter and a syringe pump. Without them, saving children is simply impossible! Please help doctors save children!
Each of us has our own dream. Yeva is just over four and a half years old. This biggest dream of a little girl is to see well. It so happened that from the first days of birth, the life of this baby is not easy. At birth, she was diagnosed with fetal dropsy, presumably due to intrauterine infection. Newborn Eva was then placed in the intensive care unit, where she spent 18 days, 7 of which were on artificial respiration.
"Hello! I am Andrii, I am 36, I'm married and live in the city of Kremenchuk, Poltava region. I have cystic fibrosis", these simple words mean an incredible thing, because 30 aged people with such a diagnosis are few in Ukraine. "I try to live actively, as far as my diagnosis allows. I am talking about many of my hobbies in the past tense: I enjoyed playing football, was fond of athletics, fishing, tourism...". The last year was very hard for the man and his health worsened significantly in spite of all the efforts.
Despite her small age, Sofiia Zbara managed to see a lot of pain already. At the age of almost 5 years, this baby was diagnosed with blood cancer. The disease for a long time vomited out of the usual life of a girl and her mother. For almost a year, Sonechka and her mother Yulya “lived” in the Dnipropetrovsk hospital. Severe chemotherapy blocks, as well as grueling radiotherapy sessions, are long gone, but the treatment is far from over. In the treatment of leukemia, there are almost always complications caused by the drugs used. And the situation with Sonia is no exception.
Bright curls, puffy cheeks, and a radiant smile – this is the beautiful Dasha. She would really like to stomp chubby legs on the tracks and play in the sandbox with two-year-old girlfriends. But due to a serious diagnosis – the frontal lobes syndrome – the girl's life is completely different. Dasha works every day to take her first independent step at one point!
Ira defeated leukemia, but the threat to her life remains. At the age of 5 years, Irochka Zub underwent the most difficult trials of leukemia treatment and became the winner! The little girl spent almost a year in the hospital walls. During this time, two protocols and six most difficult high-dosage chemotherapy blocks, 13 lumbar punctures, 63 blood transfusions, and a thromboconcentrate, 10 sessions of irradiation of the sheaths of the brain have passed. There were complications, each of which could be fatal. Until now, her mother with a shudder recalls sepsis after the first block, anaphylactic shock from asparaginase, intestinal paresis, vincristine pain, not released in time 5-cubic methotrexate and zero leukocytes for 10 days against the background of bone marrow...
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