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Rada Gaynullina
8 years
Uchali
Collected: 7 769 rub
Difficult and premature labor affected little Rada’s health and development. Her diagnosis is ICP, spastic tetraparesis, psychoverbal delay. Rada still cannot walk, she can only stand with support for a short time and speak only a little. Rada and her parents are diligently undergoing the treatment and slowly but surely move forward. The girl is awaiting another rehabilitation course at the “Sakura” medical centre.
Milena Peshkova
5 years
Chapaevsk
Collected: 9 726 rub
Milena has cerebral palsy, microcephaly, spastic tetraparesis, and epileptic seizures. The child cannot get effective rehabilitation treatment in Russia, as epilepsy is considered a contraindication for a variety of treatment activities. In 2014, Milena had one treatment course at the Nové sanatorium in the Czech Republic. Czech thermal water and Vojta therapy have proven to be effective. Milena is waiting for a new treatment course at Nové.
Sasha Zubkov
19 years
Saint-Petersburg
Collected: 412 120 rub
Sasha’s disease was revealed last year in October. At the Children’s City Hospital №2 he was diagnosed as having left-side testicular cancer with metastases in lymph nodes, lungs, bones. Sasha had been receiving chemotherapy for several months which led to remission. Unfortunately the metastases destructed his L3 vertebra. Sasha needed immediate reconstructive spine surgery at the Saint-Petersburg Research Institute of Phthisiopulmonology. On July 28 the operation was successfully performed.
Roman Ivanov
19 years
Saint-Peterburg
Collected: 450 000 rub
Sasha’s disease was revealed last year in October. At the Children’s City Hospital №2 he was diagnosed as having left-side testicular cancer with metastases in lymph nodes, lungs, bones. Sasha had been receiving chemotherapy for several months which led to remission. Unfortunately the metastases destructed his L3 vertebra. Sasha needed immediate reconstructive spine surgery at the Saint-Petersburg Research Institute of Phthisiopulmonology. On July 28 the operation was successfully performed.
Liza Shipachyova
8 years
Ekaterinburg
Collected: 22 248 rub
Liza has organic lesion of the central nervous system, cerebral palsy, spastic tetraparesis, and subclinical epileptiform activity. When Liza was 11 months old, she was given a disability status. The girl has a strong backlog in physical development. Our Foundation has partially helped Liza in raising funds necessary for paying for the treatment cycle at N.K.Krupskaya Health Resort in Yevpatoria.


Last News
18.07.2017
We have opened fund-raising for Abidadar from Ulan Ude. The child needs a set of removable joint immobilizers for his wrist, elbow and knee joints as well as a spinal brace. Abidadar is 5; the boy was born prematurely in the 30-31 week, was diagnosed with ICP, accordingly, and was assigned disability...
28.06.2017
Lera is 14. She lives in the city of Ulan-Ude with her mother. Lera is a disabled child; she has severe ICP. The girl was born from a hard pregnancy and at the age of 4 months she already underwent neurosurgery. Now Lera does not walk or talk, does not sit independently, cannot take objects. Different rehabilitation courses provided just some insignificant positive dynamics in Lera’s condition: some crawling movement upon her stomach have appeared and she can hold an object in her hands for some short time.
27.06.2017
We were addressed by the mother of the girl named Kristina asking for help to buy orthoses. Kristina lives with her parents in the city of Ulan-Ude. Being almost 4 years of age the child does not walk or stand or sit and talk. Due to her mother’s difficult pregnancy Kristina was born a very weak and ailing child. At 8 months the girl was declared disabled. Kristina’s life is ever-lasting examinations, rehabilitation and administration of different medications.
90% of children in the Russia are able to recover from leukemia
The executives of Dima Rogachev Federal Research and Clinical Centre of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology at a meeting with the Russian president said, "In the Russian Federation, almost 90% of children suffering from acute lymphatic leukemia are able to recover, and 40% of children have the possibility to undergo the transplantation they need."
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