Igor is 26 years old, he is young and cheerful. He has a job, and a college degree; he likes doing continuing education seminars and webinars, and he dreams of starting his own family. Igor knows the value of time. When you live with serious and incurable illness since birth, you get used to fighting and to fill your life with meaning. Igor's illness damages the lungs, and every cold season with its usual upper respiratory infections is especially dangerous to Igor. At this time, he really needs an intensive course of IV antibiotic treatment. It will lessen the risk of severe exacerbations of his illness during the winter and will help him live on. "I have a dream of living as long and as interesting a life as possible," says Igor, but to accomplish that, he needs our support, and the time is short.
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Sviatoslav Nazarovich was born in the village of Golovnitsa of the Rivne region in a family of collective farmers. Parents raised three children, Sviatoslav - the oldest. Therefore, he does get used to physical labor. After the end of grade 11, the guy went to tractorists training courses. And although Sviatoslav had a disability since childhood, he always worked on a par with healthy men. His work biography is not much different from the biography of his peers: assistant tractor driver, driver, electrician RES. “A simple peasant and that’s all,” this person describes himself that way.
Vasia is 11 years old, and his dream is not a new smartphone but a pair of sneakers. Yes, just ordinary sneakers instead of orthopedic shoes that make his feet bleed. The difference between Vasia’s legs is almost 11 centimeters. That’s how much the guy "outgrew" a domestically produced endoprosthesis that he was installed in 2014. During this time, Vasia had a lot to go through: the first treatment at the Pediatric Department of the National Cancer Institute, going back to the hospital with a recurrence, surgeries for the removal of lung metastases, treatment in Poland, extension of the prosthesis. All this has produced results: oncology is defeated.
Mykyta Yazan is a boy who recovered from medulloblastoma and now he is in remission during several years. It would seem that everything is so good and positive. Unfortunately, no! Not everything. Disappointingly, the boy has not managed to overcome the consequences of the treatment yet. Although his mother does her best for her son and even more, but it’s the way it is.