Untill he turned 8, the word “cancer” had been associated for him with an animal that lives in the river or the Cancer Constellation in the sky. But it turned out this word has one more meaning and can be very horrible. A year and a half ago the boy was diagnosed with “orbital rhabdomyosarcoma” – a rare and aggressive tumor. Olezhka bore with fortitude all the treatment stages –tumor removal, chemotherapy and radiation. But in four months – tumor recurrence, and the doctors’ words: “It is impossible to help you in Ukraine”. So Olezhka found himself in Istanbul. The three stages of treatment cost tens of thousands of dollars – unreal amounts for a little family, consisting of a mother and a son. Save Olezhka! Save the mother’s only son!
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Preterm birth, asphyxia, cesarean, resuscitation – this is the chronology of the birth of little Veronica. Resuscitation, jaundice, blood transfusion – were then. All this led to irreversible changes in the central nervous system. Doctors diagnosed the girl with a syndrome of motor disorders, and subsequently – cerebral palsy. Up to three years, Nick was not able to do anything that her peers had long been able to. However, the first rehabilitation course in her life changed the situation: first she began to hold her head, then smile and babble. It became clear that Veronica benefited from the treatment.
"If we can collect funding, we will be greatly thankful to you!!! WE are already grateful for your constant support", with this phase our year started. 20 seriously ill patients of Diadkovychi palliative department are now using beds received by hospital as humanitarian aid, although the mattresses without sheath quickly collect smells and stains, leak, which makes makes life uncomfortable.