ANY HELP IS A BIG HELP!!!
I want to share a story that touched me to the depths of my soul and made me to stand up and do everything I can to help.
This story is about an incredible fortitude of spirit, desire to live, and astonishing strength.
I honestly believe in good people, miracles, and strength of community who cares.
Only a miracle can save Yulia. Yulia, her friends and relatives, and I stay positive and optimistik, because impossible is nothing and we can do it.
Julia has breast cancer at the stage 4. It is impossible to imagine what people feel when they are acknowledged with such a tragedy.
To be honest, I am amazed and admire the bravery and colossal effort of this girl.
Many people need mental support when they face such a hopeless and tragic diagnosis. It is unbelievably difficult to keep your head up under this blow, continue to live worthily and fight for your life.
There are 5 stages of distress: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. This process can be quite protracted.
I do not know how did she manage it, this may be her phenomenon, but Julia went from the first to the fifth stage in 15 minutes on her way from the oncology dispensary to the kindergarten to take her daughter home. She took her child from the kindergarden, looked into her happy eyes and realized that she had absolutely no time, no desire to grieve over her struggle to come.
Life striked her with the worst, but she says "thank you!" and hopes for the best. How stupid it is? But for Julia it makes sense. Cancer did not change this, it aggravated her desire to live and cheer for small but important things. Julia often rejoices at those things that previously seemed to be neglected and underestimated. Something like healing wounds pleases absence of vomiting and severe nausea, rain pleases like snow, sun, frost, wind, or all together. Life pleases this girl, simply because she has it.
Julia went through chemotherapy courses and thought to overcome this horrible disease. Everyone was thankfull that the nightmare is gone, but a few days ago she had received a death sentence.
The tragedy is that the girl was treated in her native city of Nikolaev, and when she arrived to Kiev, the doctors were amazed with the fact that the diagnosis was not correct, wrongfull treatment escalated cancer into stage 4.
Everyone should walk a mile in her shoes to complete understand how she feels. The doctors literally said:
- Sorry, we made a mistake, now everything is terrible, chances are low, we don't have much time ... The price is your life ..
I cann't sleep knowing that this young, beautiful, and courageous girl won't make it because she did not have the money to buy out her life.
I'm sure there is a chance, I repeat, impossible is nothing in this world ..
Yulia needs about $ 40,000 for treatment in Israel .. Time is even more crucial, she is counting on extra hours, not years or months.
Let's give this amazing person a chance, we need only 40k people to spare a 1 $
Thanks a lot, friends!
Everything will be fine!
- Alexander Valkovsky
- Maria Tkachenko
- Alexander Levashov
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