It has been for a while I was not active in my Blog. But today, I came back to ask YOU some help for my FB friend Iroda's nephew Nurullo who was diagnosed with Severe Aplastic Anaemia- a rare type of blood disorder where a child needs urgent Bone Marrow Transplant. Every time when I read my FB friend's updated statuses about her nephew Nurullo, one thing comes to my head "How can I help him?" So, with a huge hope in people around the World today, I decided to share my friend's story with you. I should say, that I don't know Iroda in personal. We've never met. But she is far away from her home town, from her relatives as me. I know, how it feels when you hear that someone in your family back home is sick and you are not able to be there with them and support them morally. At the end of the day I am mother of 2 kids myself and I can't even imagine how bad feels Nurullo's mother. May God bless all children in health and in need!
Here is her story "Frozen". I've just copied it here.
There is nothing more devastating to a mother than to see your child suffer from a serious disease. For every mother who has heard these words “Your child has serious illness”, it is a moment frozen in time and life-changing event. I experienced one such frozen moment on 10/01/2014.
I made my routine phone call home in the morning. My brother picked up the phone. He clearly seemed to have something urgent- something very important to say. After a few minutes of muttering, after I had promised that I would not tell mum and dad, he told me the news. The news that made me freeze. My sister’s one and only son was diagnosed with Severe Aplastic Anaemia- a rare type of blood disorder where a child needs urgent Bone Marrow Transplant.
I stood speechless as my eyes welled up in tears. In an instant, the flashbacks of all my nephew's childhood memories came to me. My nephew was so chubby as a baby and we all loved him dearly. My sister lived two doors away from my parents’ so my nephew grew up in our house mostly.
My sister and her husband moved to Russia in 2011 due to high rise of unemployment in Uzbekistan. As an Uzbekistani my nephew does not qualify for free health care as he is not a Russian citizen. He can not travel back to Uzbekistan as the medicine is not advanced to treat his illness. Please spare a moment to pray for his health and donate to save a life of this 12 year old boy. Any amount is greatly appreciated and valued.
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