Little Zlata is a blue-eyed beauty with golden hair, the only and beloved daughter in the Shuliginykh family. Perhaps this is what Goldilocks would look like from a famous fairy tale. However, the life of Zlata can hardly be called fabulous: the girl has been ill since childhood. Cerebral palsy, spastic tetraparesis, symptomatic epilepsy, pseudobulbar syndrome, psychomotor retardation are not all the girl's diagnoses.
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This story is about how viral encephalitis has crippled the childhood of a newborn baby. This happened when Nikita was 11 months old. Before that, he was a healthy boy, in his 7 months he walked, holding on to the support. But suddenly the baby enters the intensive care unit. During the day, Nikita lost all his skills and forgot everything he knew before...
Anna was born absolutely healthy. She was very active as well as an inquisitive girl until she turned 5 when her parents noticed a slight deformation of her skeleton. Multiple studies both in Ukraine and Israel have shown that Anna has a neoplasm in the spinal area. Since then, Anna's life has become difficult. This tumor can be found in her spinal column and ribs now, restricting Anna from stretching her spine and leading to scoliosis giving terrible pain. Playing like other children and getting a full education is only a dream for Anna now. She has to undergo serious treatment the sooner the better.
2 years ago, when we first met Olenka Tanic, she was diagnosed with West syndrome – a severe form of epilepsy. Up to 70 times a day the baby was tortured with convulsions; Olenka did not know how to laugh, cry, focus eyes. The strongest anticonvulsants did not help. For 2 years of treatment and rehabilitation in the Chernivtsi clinic, Olya completely got rid of convulsions! She laughs in an infectious way, recognizes loved ones, holds her head and watches cartoons. To prevent epilepsy from returning, Olya needs another course of rehabilitation and therapy in Chernivtsi.