I'm getting all of my stuff ready for the Wainwright Art show this weekend- here are some of the #watercolour pieces I'm bringing! All of these are framed originals, but I also have them available in my shop as prints, for those of you who aren't local. . . .
Roxana - Anays Pestrea is a three-year-old little girl in Dolj County, suffering from Embryonic Rabdomiosarcoma, histological grade 3. In fact, this is a terrible malignant, ocular cancer that is manifested in the muscles, in the case of Roxana at the eyelid muscle.
It all started last year, in December when a part of her left eyelid fell. Meanwhile, she was to several doctors, from which she received a treatment that had no effect, and the eyelid swelled very loudly, so the doctors' advice was to be a CT.
In January of 2018, after several specialized analyzes and investigations, he was diagnosed with left ventral hemangiomas and an operation of embolization and surgical removal was recommended.
The operation took place on March 16 in Bucharest. Meanwhile, the result of the biopsy fell like a trauma over parents. Roxana suffered from an extremely rare and terrible disease, embryonic rhabdomyosarcoma.
Romanian doctors recommended parents to start emergency treatment outside the country, the disease being extremely rare could not be treated in Romania. In this way, Roxana arrived in Turkey on 21 April at the Koç University Hospital in Instambul. Unfortunately, doctors here have reconfirmed their diagnosis in Romania.
Immediately after arriving in Turkey, Roxana was subjected to a complex set of analyzes costing 10,000 euros. Following these analyzes, it was determined that the girl would need a one-year treatment, and another five years would be kept under observation. The cost of the entire treatment amounts to 180,000 euros.
Doctors gave Roxana a very good chance of healing. Unfortunately, this amount is enormous for her parents, so she needs our help.
Let us reunite our forces and help this little child live, enjoy childhood, enjoy life!
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