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Tiomka and Dimka dream to breathe freely

March 19, 2016, 18:55 2393 Author: Olga Vovk, translated by Mariya Onishchenko www.deti.zp.ua These days our boys feel poorly and doing worse than before.

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The result of an MRT study.

The latest news from the mother of our boys are not encouraging. She asks us for help.

Alena writes: "Recently, boys got worse, they suffered several attacks of severe bronchitis. So, doctors insisted on non-planned hospitalization.

The junior boy, Tiomka, was treated with antibiotics, “Tivortin” and “Essentiale”. Owing to the treatment, his condition improved a little. We hope that there are will be no complications in the near future.

However, Dimka’s condition deteriorated sharply while being at the hospital. He had severe bronchospasm and problems with his right lung. His was treated with two antibiotics, hormones and oxygen.

For now, his condition is serious but stable. Doctors strongly recommend to start treatment with “Pulmozyme”.

The family couldn’t afford the previous treatment, and now, with this new medication, the financial burden became unberable. For instance, Dimka’s “Pulmozyme” costs 15 000 UAH (USD 600) per month. And this is only a part of the treatment.

Please help the family to buy such an expensive medicine. They won’t be able to afford it without you. Today, the life of their older son totally depends on your help!

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