Weʼve raised $25 to Help my husband fight acute myeloid leukemia
- Ukrainka, Kharkivska oblast, Ukraine
- Funded on Saturday, 23rd September 2017
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My name is Natalia and I am desperately searching for support to help my husband Alexey to fight Acute Myeloid Leukemia (M4 in FAB classification). My husband is only 38 y.o and he was diagnosed with this disease in October 2016.
The first course of the chemotherapy begun on the same day as our only son's birthday, bringing the shade on this joyful holiday since little Pasha had to celebrate it without mom and dad.
At this point, Alexey went through 7 chemotherapies. He fights through all the treatments with courage and maintains positive attitude even at worst times. He believes that all will be well and we all hoping for the best! In between the treatments he tries to see his family as much as possible.
After the 6 chemo, the bone marrow was analyzed and the doctors stated that to cure the cancer completely, my husband will need a bone marrow transplant, the procedure that we cannot do in Ukraine, where we live.
So we would have to find money to afford this procedure in Turkey. to prevent the relapse of the disease, he went through the 7 chemo.
Please help me save my husband and my son's dad.
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Ukrainka, Kharkivska oblast, Ukraine
Hello everyone. My name is Natalia and I am desperately searching for support to help my husband Alexey to fight Acute Myeloid Leukemia (M4 in FAB classification). My husband is only 38 y.o and he was diagnosed with this disease in October 2016. The first course of the chemothera