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News in the treatment of Ilyusha Khrebtov

September 24, 2022, 16:25 146 Author: Yana Lobanok deti.zp.ua Наш герой прошел обследование в Запорожской детской больнице.

News in the treatment of Ilyusha Khrebtov

For the first time since the beginning of the war, Ilyusha Khrebtov made it to the oncohematology department. For seven months, a child diagnosed with lymphoblastic leukemia was treated at home, without planned hospitalization and medical supervision. Does the Russian occupant care about a sick little boy from the village of Mirnoye, Melitopol region? Obviously not.

In Zaporozhye, Ilyusha underwent an examination of his entire body. Abnormalities in the work of the heart were detected on ultrasound. Therefore, the doctor decided not to administer injection chemotherapy, which according to the protocol was supposed to be additional, to consolidate the remission. Ilyusha was prescribed many medicines and sent home. The next consultation is scheduled for December.

In a month and a half, you transferred 2 422 $ to Ilyusha. With this money, the boy's mother bought medicine, which will last until the end of this year, as well as food. Thank you, friends! We are stopping the collection of funds for Ilyusha.

News in the treatment of Ilyusha Khrebtov

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