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Nikita Zuyenko's long-awaited remission!

February 15, 2023, 19:25 145 Author: Olga Vovk deti.zp.ua Long years of struggle with oncology have their unsurpassed results - permanent remission!

Nikita Zuyenko

Medical statement

February 15 is the international day of children with cancer. Therefore, today we want to share with you good news about our ward Mykyta Zuyenko!

For five long years, Nikita fought against a difficult diagnosis — Ewing's sarcoma, and finally won! Of course, he endured many tests: high-dose chemotherapy, auto bone marrow transplantation, radiation therapy, chemotherapy tablets. He continued to fight the disease even when a full-scale invasion began in Ukraine, and dad joined the ranks of the Armed Forces!

At the end of January, our foundation paid for an expensive examination of the boy's entire body. According to the PET CT results, the doctors were able to conclude that his body is completely "clean". This means that can finally do away with daily chemotherapy pills! Yes, of course, Nikita still has a lot of planned examinations ahead of him, but the main thing is that he managed!

Oncology is not a sentence, but a challenge! It is possible to defeat oncology, and our wards prove it on their own experience, by their own example!

We appeal to everyone who cares to support our program to help children with cancer. We are systematically approached by wards undergoing supportive treatment and in need of routine examinations. For families exhausted by disease and war, their cost is unaffordable.

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