Maksym Liubytov was growing up and developing like a lot of his peers. He had friends, got good grades and played sport. The boy was going to enter the Department of Economics and visited a preparatory course. He didn’t know that his life would turn around and everything would dramatically change. From time to time he had a headache but the doctors assured it was just a puberty age and there’s no need to worry. When pain has become unbearable and Maksym had no more peace, night and day, he’s had a complex health survey in Kiev, which shown a terrible diagnosis – encephaloma of large size.
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People suffering from chronic and acute kidney failure need help! They live thanks to the apparatus used for undergoing the outpatient hemodialysis. These devices perform similar to kidneys, so the patients can get rid of the toxins as well as the excess fluid. In Odessa, in the hemodialysis department of the City Clinical Hospital №10, four of the existing 21 units are broken. This is real trouble for eight patients! Together we can help them. At the moment, there is an urgent need to repair at least one of them.
Sasha Barda is 16. He is a handsome and clever boy, a pupil of the 9th form. He studies well and has many friends. He has a good memory and he speaks well. However, he suffers from a disease that prevents him from moving freely, walking and being healthy. The boy can neither sit down nor stand without somebody’s help his legs and arms disobey. Sasha’s diagnosis is cerebral palsy. This horrible disease stroke him as soon as he was born. Sasha was born prematurely, on the 31st week, with asphyxia, the consequences of which the family has been struggling with courage for the long 16 years.
Dear donor! You have already provided help to Vityusha Porokhovy, a child with disabilities who, as a result of asphyxiation at birth, experienced a hemorrhage in the brain, brain edema, was in the intensive care unit for intensive care for newborns on a ventilator for a month. He was diagnosed with encephalopathy, and later with internal hydrocephalus.
Dear Donors! A disaster occurred in the Revkovs family. The mother Maryna was diagnosed with invasive ductal breast cancer. The woman bravely struggles with this oncologic disease for a year and a half. In November 2017 she had a radical mastectomy, the left breast was removed and 4 courses of chemotherapy were administered. Everything was good for some time and it seemed that the disease was stopped. However, in three months the doctors found out metastases in lungs and liver.
Dear donors! Everyone who faced with the problem of child disability is familiar with the feeling of fear and helplessness before this grief. A handicapped child is a child, whose pain and experience of existence cannot be expressed in words or comparisons. Also, moms and dads, in families where children with disabilities grow up, in spite of any difficulties, every day, make their parental feat. They don’t only accept their children as they are, but often try to show people that such children are also happiness.
Diana looks like an ordinary girl, but ask her mom – and find out how much effort is required from the whole family to keep this baby alive. “Curious, funny, eloquently chatting, despite the young age, composes and tells whole stories, likes to talk, walk, loves animals... all life is beautiful for her! But not for us. We accepted her diagnosis, but it’s very hard to understand that the quality of her life, and life itself, depends on whether we can provide her with everything vital... It’s hard to understand that we have a lack of time to provide everything”, her mother asks for help for her baby.
Vania needs to be fed, Vania needs to be treated. And it's not a matter of choice – which one is the priority? He needs both. And all of these things are hugely expensive. Vania has cystic fibrosis – a severe congenital disease which doesn't take any chances – in this game, life is at stake. Persistent infections gradually destroy his lungs and the boy is so thin and doesn't have enough strength to fight them. And he wants to live. His mom handles a lot of things on her own, but now she asks for help. Vania and his mom really need help right now!
Giving birth to a child with cerebral palsy is always heartbreaking. But when two long-awaited children are both born with cerebral palsy – it is a double shock to their parents. Maria and Roman’s parents have mobilized all their energy and invested it in their children’s development. The Dimovy twins are very special children. They are only 6 years old but they have to fight their illnesses in an adult manner. Maria and Roman were born prematurely. They had to undergo resuscitation and one month later they were diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Since then, life in Dimov family has changed dramatically. Children need a regular rehabilitation program.
You already know Kristina Buivol. This summer she has improved greatly. Very good results have been obtained just for several months. There can be nothing more heartwarming for the parents to see their child making progress. “Mom, today I stood by myself for several minutes, I made a couple of steps, kept balance and was walking with a stick!” These words of Kristina are good news for the parents after she stays in a wheelchair for 4 years! Now her eyes shine and she wants to live! She became more persevering and self-assured – now she is a quite another person.
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