Dasha Kravchenko is from Kagarlyk, Kyiv region. In her 2 years and 3 months she can’t walk and stand on her feet. When the girl was 5 months old, she suffered from flu with a high temperature and convulsive disorder. When the family turned to the regional hospital, the child’s illness was diagnosed as acute inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (AIDP) – there weren’t any reflexes in her legs and reflexes in arms and stomach were retarded.
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Victoria has a very serious diagnosis, in her 3 and a half years she is still not sitting, not standing, not walking, not talking, not chewing, and she has painful cramps, but despite all this she is very patient, very purposeful and hardworking. Victoria was born at 33 weeks with a weight of 1600 grams. Up to the age of 8 months, the baby got three times into intensive care unit, where the doctors selflessly fought for her life. Since then, family life has turned into endless hospitals, examinations, rehabilitation.
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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.
They are abandoned and no one needs them. Rescue of newborns, children who have infectious diseases, children in intensive care, children after injuries. All this on their fragile shoulders. Every day, doctors and nurses are trying to save children who find themselves in the midfield of war, in the constant fear of fire and explosions. They work in the children's hospital in the Sloviansk city, Donetsk region, and now they need our help!