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Ilya Khrebtov

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Author: Yana Lobanok, deti.zp.ua
Published: 2022-07-26 19-20-00   Viewed, times: 915

Ilya Khrebtov
Ilya Khrebtov, 27.11.2017 birthday

Diagnosis: acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

Extract: p. 1, p. 2, p. 3, p. 4, p. 5

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In the fall of 2020, Ilyusha suddenly lost consciousness. It happened in kindergarten, where he managed to be like only three days. Everything that happened later, the boy's mother is ready to forget forever. For three days Ilyusha was in the intensive care unit of the city of Melitopol. Then there was the Zaporozhye Regional Children's Hospital, where a disappointing diagnosis was made. acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

The first year of treatment, Ilya and his mother lived between the hospital and the house. About a dozen blocks of "chemistry" gave a positive result - the disease went into remission. Now Ilyusha is on maintenance chemotherapy with Purinetol and Methotrexate. These medicines were provided by the state in peacetime.

Ilya Khrebtov

Now Ilyusha feels well. He rides a scooter and dreams of going to kindergarten. And a four-year-old boy is not childishly responsible for treatment. As soon as he hears a reminder on his mother's phone, he quickly runs to take pills.

Since February, Ilyusha has not come to the onco-hematology department for monthly checkups. His village near Melitopol is under occupation. The Russian invaders "liberated" the boy from treatment and put his life in danger.

The other day we bought and sent the drug "Puri-netol" to Melitopol. However, this is only on a month of treatment.

Friends, we ask for your support to collect 270$. This amount will ensure the uninterrupted treatment of the boy for the next four months.

Help Ilyusha fight cancer forever!

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