HELP EMILIA TO FIGHT CANCER

Hi... My Name is Iwona Jasic and I am a mother of Emilka Jasic. I live in Oleszyce, podkarpacie in Poland. 
I am raising money for our daughter's cancer treatment.

Emilka is a 12-year-old girl living in a little house with a garden together with her two sisters (14-year-old Julia and 1.5-year-old Sara), her parents, her cat Bella and dog Nuka. A beautiful picture, isn't it? Unfortunately, when Emilka was 8 years old, dark clouds gathered over this little house. She was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour – medulloblastoma. The girl fought hard. She underwent tumour excision, induction chemotherapy, 33 cycles of radiotherapy and maintenance chemotherapy. Several dozens of blood transfusions, injections and several lumbar punctures resulted in pain which was omnipresent for three years of life of little Emilka. Although hospital became her second home, she continued her education. In the hospital common room she put puzzles together, painted beautiful pictures, baked cookies, made beads, read stories and played with other sick children. When she could go home, she happily hugged her dolls and teddy-bears. The girl suffered, and yet was able to smile and cherish every moment of her life. She won a battle for her health and life, and she endured treatment that no adult could survive. Her dream came true and in September 2015 she could come back to school after completed treatment. Her hair grew again and she could take off the hated headscarf. She started to come back to normal life being already a teenager. Then her little sister Sara was born, like God's blessing for the family tormented with pain. Was that a happy end to the sad story? Didn't Emilka deserve that the dark clouds disappear? Unfortunately, fate decided to be cruel again. A follow-up examination in April 2016 struck with the diagnosis: recurrence!!! The wounds left after the previous treatment have not yet healed, and the fear is back. What will happen? This time, in a straightforward conversation with doctors, Emilka's parents are told there is no chance of recovery. Shock, pain and fear… this is not how it was meant to be!!! After one chemotherapy cycle, applied by doctors in a sense of helplessness, Emilka's parents took her from hospital, not to allow possibly her last moments of life  be poisoned by chemotherapy. However, they did not break down or give up. Faith in traditional treatment was lost, but determination in searching for rescue of their beloved daughter was hundred times stronger. When the walls protecting safe life fall apart, it suddenly turns out that it was only apparent safety. It turns out that the world offers thousands of possibilities that give hope of survival. No mother who loves her child will let the hope be taken from her. The doctor's words "you have two more children, what about them, the costs are so high..." show only the position that human life occupies in their, guardians of life, hierarchy. The parents undertook a desperate struggle. They pledged the house to pay for a 3-month therapy with CBD and RSO oils. Supported by the family and friends, they can provide the child with appropriate supplements and vitamins on a regular basis. Emilka feels good and follow-up examinations reveal a slight remission of the disease, so further treatment may be planned. She will start her home education again in September hoping to return to school and her friends soon.  Nobody knows, however, how much time is left. Will the disease start up again and take away everything that was achieved so far, no matter the costs? Emilka's hope of complete healing lies in immunotherapy, the most recent discovery in medicine, rewarded with the Nobel Prize in 2015.  The cost for both therapies is about £270,000. Neither of the above therapies is reimbursed or refundable.

Emilka's parents appeal to all kind-hearted people to help their beloved daughter. Please help Emilka, so severely experienced by fate, so their efforts would not be lost. Read, click and share. Each of you is important in this chain of goodness. Don't think "I can't do much" because together we can do everything!!! Do not allow this terrible judgment pronounced by fate be ever executed!!!

Polish translation:

Emilka ma 12 lat, mieszka w małym domku z ogródkiem, dwiema siostrami (Julia 14 lat, Sara 1,5 roku), rodzicami, kotką Bellą i suczką Nuką. Piękny obrazek prawda? Niestety, kiedy Emilka miała 8 lat, nad małym domkiem zebrały się czarne chmury. Lekarze zdiagnozowali u niej złośliwego guza mózgu – medulloblastoma. Dziewczynka dzielnie walczyła, przeszła operację wycięcia guza, chemioterapię główną, 33 cykle radioterapii i chemioterapię podtrzymującą. Dziesiątki transfuzji krwi, zastrzyków, kilka punkcji kręgosłupa, ból był wszechobecny przez trzy lata życia małej Emilki. Mimo, że szpital stał się jej drugim domem, kontynuowała edukację szkolną, w szpitalnej świetlicy układała puzzle, malowała piękne obrazki, piekła ciasteczka, robiła koraliki, czytała bajki i bawiła się z innymi chorymi dziećmi. Kiedy wracała do domu z ogromną radością tuliła swoje lalki i misie. Cierpiała, ale mimo to potrafiła się uśmiechać i cieszyć każdą chwilą. Wyszła zwycięsko z bitwy o zdrowie i życie, wytrzymała leczenie, którego żaden dorosły człowiek by nie przeżył. Spełniło się jej marzenie i we wrześniu 2015r wróciła do szkoły po zakończonym leczeniu. Odrosły włoski i mogła zdjąć znienawidzoną chustkę, zaczęła wracać do normalnego życia już jako nastolatka. Na świat przyszła mała siostrzyczka Sara, jak błogosławieństwo Boga dla umęczonej cierpieniem rodziny. Piękne zakończenie smutnej historii? Czy Emilka nie zasłużyła sobie, żeby czarne chmury nieszczęścia się rozstąpiły? Niestety, los znów okazał się okrutny. Kontrolne badanie w kwietniu 2016r i diagnoza – wznowa!!! Jeszcze nie zabliźniły się rany po zakończonym leczeniu, a tu znów strach chwyta za serce, co dalej??? Tym razem, w szczerej rozmowie z lekarzami rodzice dowiadują się, że Emilka nie ma szans na wyzdrowienie. Szok, ból i strach… nie tak miało być!!! Po pierwszym cyklu chemii, podanym w geście bezradności lekarzy, rodzice zabrali Emilkę ze szpitala z myślą, że nie pozwolą by chemia zatruła, być może ostanie chwile jej życia. Jednak nie załamali się i nie poddali. Wiara w skuteczność tradycyjnego leczenia upadła, ale determinacja w poszukiwaniu ratunku dla ukochanej córki po stokroć wzrosła. Kiedy człowiekowi rozpadają się mury stojące na straży bezpiecznego życia, nagle okazuje się, że to były tylko pozory bezpieczeństwa. Okazuje się, że na świecie jest tysiące możliwości, które dają nadzieję na ratunek. Żadna matka kochająca swoje dziecko, nie pozwoli sobie odebrać nadziei na życie dla niego. Słowa lekarza „proszę Pani, ale Pani ma jeszcze dwoje dzieci, co z nimi, takie koszty…” świadczą tylko o tym, jakie miejsce zajmuje człowiek w ich, jako strażników życia, hierarchii wartości. Rodzice podjęli rozpaczliwą walkę. Zastawili dom i opłacili trzymiesięczną kurację olejami CBD i RSO. Dzięki pomocy rodziny i przyjaciół, mogą na bieżąco stosować odpowiednie suplementy i witaminy. Emilka czuje się dobrze, kontrolne badania pokazują, że choroba lekko się cofnęła i nie postępuje, więc można planować dalsze leczenie. Znów od września zacznie naukę w domu, mając nadzieję, że za jakiś czas wróci do szkoły i przyjaciół.  Lecz nikt nie wie, ile jeszcze czasu zostało. Czy choroba nagle nie ruszy z miejsca i odbierze to co do tej pory wywalczono, nie oglądając się na koszty. Nadzieją na drodze do całkowitego wyleczenia, jest poddanie Emilki terapii dr Burzyńskiego z Houston oraz immunoterapii, która jest najnowszym odkryciem medycyny, nagrodzonym w 2015r nagrodą Nobla.  Koszt tych obu terapii to ok. 270 000 £. Żadna z nich nie jest refundowana.

Rodzice zwracają się z apelem o pomoc dla ukochanej córki do wszystkich ludzi dobrego serca. Pomóżcie Emilce, którą tak ciężko doświadczył los, by ich starania nie poszły na marne. Czytajcie, klikajcie i udostępniajcie. Każdy z Was jest ważny w tym łańcuszku płynącego dobra, nie myśl „nie wiele mogę”, bo razem możemy wszystko!!! Spraw, by ten straszny wyrok wydany przez los, nigdy nie został wykonany!!!

Please read the story below...


My name is Stuart (53 years old from the UK) and I ask you to consider the plight of a very brave 12-year-old girl called Emilia from Oleszyce, a large pretty village 34 km from Jaroslaw in the Sub Carpathian Voivodship of South Eastern Poland, very near to the Ukrainian border.

I first met Emilia in 2012 when my wife and I visited Poland with my UK-based Polish friends and whilst there we were introduced to their respective families. Needless to say we were made very welcome, were invited to a family wedding and both of us experienced a different culture at first hand. My friends have a young son called Gabriel (then 5) who would regularly play with two girls which turned out to be his cousins i.e. my friend's sister's children (nieces). It was while we watched them play that we noticed that one of the girls seemed very quiet and withdrawn and when we asked if all was well we were told she suffered bad headaches.

It was during this visit that an emergency occurred, she was rushed to hospital and was then diagnosed with a rare malignant cancer called medulloblastoma that was attached at the base of the brain stem into the spinal column. Everybody was in shock! Emilia was then only 8 years old! Since then (4 years on) there have been many exhaustive & expensive trips to Krakow, 4+ hours away by car for blood transfusions, lumbar punctures, 33 cycles of radiotherapy and induction chemotherapy. The medical staff in Krakow have done their best but the last session of chemotherapy has now partially destroyed her immune system and it seems that her only chance of survival is cutting-edge medical care which will involve the sale of Emilia's family home to pay for 3 months of these procedures involving CBD & RSO oils.

My suspicion was at the time and remains that Emilia's illness may well be a consequence of the fallout from Chernobyl, as this is whole area was contaminated by the infamous cloud of radioactive material back in 1986. I myself survived a brain abscess and stroke at 15 years old and was not expected to survive at the time. It is thanks to the wonderful UK National Health Service and staff of Southampton Hospital in 1979 that I have had a full 38 years of life so far. I would like this to be Emilia's story too.

Clearly, this whole saga is extraordinarily traumatic for the whole family and without funding for her and family members who have experienced so much anguish, this poor, incredibly brave child will be condemned. If there is any chance to save her, it must be soon because the family believe this is her last chance using the 2015 Nobel Prize winning techniques.

The sum that is required is going to be £270, 000. This is a huge sum of money but I have faith in humanity and not in the supernatural and I truly believe that with your help that we will be able to reach this target. Whatever the outcome and whatever is raised, everyone involved in this tragic story is truly grateful for whatever you think fit to give. Thank you so much for reading and if 270, 000 people read this and give £1 the story continues for this brave little girl. Will you help?

I am truly grateful for your time and this incredible forum to able to put this story out into the World. Love and best wishes to all xx

Clarification of Payment Situation

The campaign has been jointly started by Iwona Jasic & Grzegorz Dziechciarz who are sister & brother and Mother & Uncle to Emilia respectively. The money will be collected by Stripe on behalf of GoFundMe. Withdrawals from this account will be conducted by Mr G Dziechciarz into his personal account at suitable intervals as he is a UK tax-paying resident with the full knowledge and consent of his Sister Iwona Jasic. This is because Poland is not currently covered by the GoFundMe campaign strategy and the UK is so covered. The above has been written & collated by Stuart Oxbrow-Trim – UK national and personal friends to all parties both UK & Polish.

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