Fundraiser for Arsen
Acute lymphoblastic leukemia
Fear of losing the child. Hanperi has lived in this fear for 5 years. Her eldest son has acute lymphoblastic leukemia. For the first time, they faced this misfortune in 2016. After receiving good treatment in the Department of Hematology in Kuraev Republican Children's Clinical Hospital, Arsen went into remission. But cancer is insidious. The boy spent 8 out of 12 months in the hospital. Heavy chemotherapy, endless tests, droppers, procedures. A year ago, Arsen felt unwell. His legs ached sharply, his appetite worsened, and his lymph nodes became inflamed. What Hanperi was so afraid of turned out to be a reality – he had a relapse. ⠀
From Makhachkala the boy with his mother were immediately sent to Moscow, to the Dmitry Rogachev Medical Center. And for 270 days Arsen was surrounded only by hospital walls and people in white coats. In the next 2 years, Arsen will have so-called "dry chemistry". He will be able to undergo treatment at home, and every week he will be tested. Once every six months, he and his mother will have to go to Moscow for examination.Hanperi calmly recounts this, not at all complaining about fate. But the only thing that worries her is the drugs. The drugs that will help her son get into remission are very expensive. Because the existing analogues do not give an effect due to the peculiarities of the course of the Arsen’s disease. Hanperi, overcoming her embarrassment, turned to the fund for help.
Charity Fund "Insan" announces an urgent fee for Arsen Emirgaev in the amount of 200,000 rubles for the purchase of German drugs: allopurinol, methotrexate and ursofalk. Let her fear of losing the son forever remain in the past!
" Oh, Allah! Make us disease-free, heal us because only You give recovery. There is no more healing besides You bring upon us. Give such a healing that would eradicate the disease"