Published: 2011-03-24 20-00-00 Viewed, times: 5597
Little Danijil passed away October 8th 2012...
It’s been a long time since we kept you up-to-date on the life of this charming little boy. Therefore, let us update you a bit. Danijil Kuzmin is currently undergoing his treatment in the Research Institute of Clinical Oncology N.N. Blokhin in Moscow.
To remind you, Danjil was having his treatment in Kiyv, after which he was discharged from hospital and sent back home. This boy was then recommended to continue with his therapy at his home. But Danijil’s mother refused to sit and do nothing, and decided to take one more chance. Luckily, the Research Institute of Clinical Oncology N.N. Blokhin in Moscow agreed to examine the little boy. Suddenly the Moscow doctors were shocked by Danijil’s condition!!! As there was no time to be lost, the doctors made a decision to start Danijil’s treatment as soon as possible. Although the boy’s case is rather complicated, the doctors are firmly determined to fight for Danijil’s life! And we are deeply grateful to them!
Danijil is going to take several chemotherapy courses followed by a stem cell transplant. This treatment has had to start immediately. The first vital sum of money was donated by the “Give Life” Charity Foundation. After that the events marched quickly on and Danijil’s family had to pay for the next treatment course, but the “Nastenka” Russian Charity Foundation came to our help! What a miracle! Thanks to the prompt and well organized actions of Ania from Moscow who regularly helps our children in Zaporizhia, as well as thanks to other Russian Charity Foundations, our little boy has managed to undergo two courses of chemotherapy!
The clinic has already billed 2, 145, 280 RUB or 601, 643 UAH (76, 191 USD) for the further treatment which means that we need to collect this amount of money with the shortest possible delay!!!
Our dear donors, let’s support this lovely boy on his way to full recovery! We’re very thankful to everyone for your financial support and prayers!
The fund-raising campaign is closed.
For further information contact the volunteers of the Happy Child Foundation
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