The body of this boy binds the disease, which does not allow him to freely move, walk and be healthy. Cerebral palsy. She struck the body of Davyd in the first second of his birth. The diagnosis stunned the baby's parents but did not break them. Now Davyd is almost 8 years old, and their struggle for the healthy childhood of his son continues.
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"I wrote an application to all the institutions, went to the parliamentary sessions, and addressed everyone. "Wait, there is no money", they say or promise without result", Ania tells. Meanwhile, her disease, cystic fibrosis, does not wait: without the necessary therapy, it destroys the body depriving the ability to breathe. The families of the patients with the same diagnosis often help Ania with the medicines: each providing one bottle or one packaging. But you will not live out for a long time in this way. To live Ania needs help from all of us.
Yura Bocharnikov was 16 years old when his life turned upside down. As a result of an unsuccessful jump on the beach trampoline in August 2016, the guy received a closed spinal cord trauma, spinal injury, a fracture and dislocation of the cervical vertebrae. Yura spent four months lying motionless in the neurosurgery department of the Odessa Regional Children's Clinical Hospital. He was treated with skeletal traction, received anti-decubitus therapy and he really wanted to go home.
Even doctors call her the resistant Tin Soldier. Three months ago, we were telling a story about the striking struggle of an extremely strong woman – against death. Breast cancer stage 4 will be had to put the point – Iryna was almost blind in one eye, and metastases hit her head, lungs, bones, and muscles. However, neither a disappointing prediction, nor a lack of money, nor a betrayal of a husband who left at the most difficult moment, nor a sick mother, who also needs care – all this did not break her.
The Department of Pulmonology for 60 beds, hospital oxygen is supplied only to one room; there are only 2 oxygen units for the patients of other wards. "How do you handle?" we ask. "We carry the apparatus from patient to patient, in turn. It often happens that dyspnea is present in many patients at the same time, then we breathe for several hours, and then we take it and pass it on to the next serious patient, and so all the time." Can you imagine this - the queue to breathe?