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!
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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.
Victory is very close! Diana finished the last chemotherapy block. Ahead of the control examination. The girl, and all of us sympathizing with and helping her survive, hope that the doctors will state victory over the disease. This thirteen-year-old girl has already experienced more physical and moral suffering that sometimes goes on a whole human life. She, deprived of parental care literally from the first days of life, had to face a deadly disease.
One year the treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia in the hospital was behind at Ulyasha. At the end of the treatment, this baby was discharged home, and the treatment she had to continue at home – was to take dry chemistry tablets. But as soon as the little girl started taking the pill chemistry, there were problems with the liver: the rates at a rate of 30 jumped to 1600! In addition, hepatitis C was found in the girl. And without hepatoprotectors, Ulia can not overpower further treatment.
Before the illness, Ruslana Ovcharenko loved the fine arts. She has a lot of paintings in her hands. She danced at all school events and in the club of her village Yurchenkovo. But most of all the girl was fascinated by football. Ruslana did not miss a single match between the villages and even played with the boys on the school team. Cancer ruined all this – Ruslana has a brain tumor, an astrocytoma.
Diana Shyshman continues to struggle with the relapse of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Thanks to the support of UBB donors during the first stage of the training, the girl received the medication necessary for treatment. We thank all caring people for the help provided to Diana! Before the start of the “chemistry”, Diane managed to go outside for a short walk. Not a trace of a bad mood! Diana is a sociable and very inquisitive girl, and she lacks parental attention, warmth, and support.
The other day, Angelina had graduation in kindergarten. Since the last trip to Kyiv (it was in March), she has not attended kindergarten, because her twin sister Melania fell ill and both girls were at home. In order not to miss the preparations for such an important event, Angelina diligently attended rehearsals and learned the poem.
Is thirteen years much or little? What is it like to remain at this age without parental care? And if even the doctors discovered a terrible disease, on whom to rely, to whom to run for help, who will protect? Not every adult can cope with such circumstances, and Diana has been living this way not for the first year. She has been struggling for 5 years: first with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and now with his relapse. From the first days of her life, her mother left the girl, did not take part in the life of Diana, and soon she was gone. The girl has a father, but he also does not add up with parental responsibilities. Diana is engaged in volunteers and medical staff.
Dima Kalashevich is recovering! In many ways, thanks to the help of donors, his treatment became possible. Well, the operation in the Okhmatdet benefited the child’s body. The new diagnosis made to the child turned out to be correct and the treatment according to the new protocol brings results.
Dima's condition today is much better. Two or three months ago, he was lethargic, drowsy, apathetic and sad.
Surely many people remember Zhenia Mikulich: cute brown-eyed boy from Donetsk region. Several years ago, thanks to the support of caring people, this boy received the necessary medicament for treatments a fungal infection of the lungs. Zhenia was sick from the first month of birth. In the first years of his life, the boy suffered soft tissue infections (paraproctitis, panaritium), inguinal and cervical lymphadenitis, hypochromic anemia from 9 months, secondary cardiopathy, and follicular angina. Not to mention pneumonia and lymphadenitis... And only some time later, after a detailed clinical examination, the cause of Zhenia's frequent illnesses was established. The boy has primary immunodeficiency, chronic granulomatous disease.
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