The kid in the photo, Nikita. He was born in the set time frame and very well developed. When the boy was 7 months, he already walked at the pylon and repeating the animal sounds. But parents' happiness was short-lived: as early as 11 months in one day viral encephalitis ruthlessly paralyzed by spasticity little body then still active Nikita. The doctors shrugged, not making any predictions. The encephalitis had left the terrible consequences with which the boy struggles now.
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In 2014, after the treatment, which had lasted a year and a half, and 18 sessions of chemotherapy, parents of Dania Sirota, heard a terrible word “recurrence”. Shock, confusion and resentment. Just half a year has passed since the completion of the treatment. They have just returned to Zaporizhzhia hoping to get back to living like all normal families. This was the news, which threw all – parents, relatives and friends off balance. But not Dania.
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Olya lives in a small town in the Zhytomyr region with less than 3.5 thousand inhabitants. Electricity supply is unstable – it is cut off often, unpredictably. Olya can't live like that. The woman lives with a serious disease that has already destroyed a big part of her lungs. She breathes with the help of an oxygen apparatus. To preserve the remnants of the lungs, she must do inhalations every morning and evening (including antibiotics). She cannot miss them, otherwise it will be difficult to breathe very quickly. So Olya really needs a portable device to do all the procedures on time.
Every night two times the alarm goes off. Ian gets up quietly, so as not to Wake the children, and does what he does every night, not for the first year measures the level of blood sugar. The eldest daughter lifts her head and sleepily asks: "Mom! Is everything okay?". And in the morning my son looks at the mother's eyes with a silent question: "You're not going to die? You will be next?". And every morning, as winning a battle: "I survived!".