Let us help Lilya
We have started fundraising for Liliya from Moscow. At the age of 18 months Lilya was diagnosed with ICP. The girl does not walk or even sit up herself.
Fundraising for Artem has been closed
Artem’s foster parents managed independently to find money to pay for the spine surgery to remount the hardware. As a result we close the fundraising for Artem. The raised targeted aid will be redirected to help other wards of the Fund.
Orthoses for Vitalik have been paid
Vitalik needs purchase and installation of orthoses on his ankle joints as they started deforming due to lack of motion activity. It is to be recalled that the child has ICP. Our Fund has paid for the procedure of express orthotics for Vitalik. The boy’s joints are now fixed in the proper position, which improves their condition.
Nastya has received orthoses
Orthoses on the ankle joints have been produced for Nastya and installed to eliminate contractures and to fix the joints in a functionally beneficial position to prevent further deterioration. Our Fund hopes that the orthotics will help the girl to continue treatment for the primary disease (ICP and epilepsy) without any obstacles.
Demid has received orthoses
Demid Korolev from Tver has been rendered help in the form of express orthotics. Orthoses (removable joint immobilizers) on the wrist, fetlock and phalangeal joints of both hands have been produced for the boy to eliminate the contractures and to fix the joints in a functionally beneficial position to avoid further deterioration. The items are to be worn in the day and night time. In future as Demid grows out of the orthoses and/or his condition improves, these orthoses (removable joint immobilizers) can be reconstructed with the possibility of further use of the items.

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."
Development of Children's Palliative Care
The "Children's Palliative" charitable foundation is launching a regional program subsidized by the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation in order to support development of the Russian children's palliative care system.
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