Kids Can't Fight Cancer Alone

Cancer is not Contagious, Love is

As of 31/08/2023


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Let me introduce you to Tamara, a 10-year-old girl from Etchmiadzin, Armavir region. Our girl is very quiet and reserved individual who prefers not to talk much. This very quality draws special attention from her family members, who cherish her deeply among their 5 children. A heartwarming example of this is when her 15-year-old brother earned some money, among all the sisters, he bought a new phone specifically for Tamara.

Tamara demonstrates remarkable resilience during her treatment process, approaching it with quiet patience. Even when facing tests and medical procedures that could be uncomfortable, she endures them without anesthesia and places great trust in her doctors. She refrains from asking questions or interrupting their work.

However, while staying at the Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorders Centre of Armenia, our sweetheart misses all the members of her big family. Particularly, she misses her niece, Sati, dearly. She keeps Sati’s photo as her phone’s wallpaper, so that she can see her image all the time and maybe not miss her that much.

In her pink-themed room, Tamara dreams of having a big, pink bed that would bring her comfort and sweet dreams.

Today, we would like to introduce you to Noy, a charming 3-year-old from Yerevan. When people speak of him, one common theme that comes up is that regardless of how sad he may be, Noy always radiates love and affection to everyone around him. This cute quality has earned him the nickname “Love Spreader” from his mother, which she often uses instead of his given name.
Even as Noy undergoes treatment at the Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Armenia, his resilience and positivity remain unwavering. Each time he arrives at the center, his arrival is met with joy, as he warmly greets everyone in sight. And especially, when he sees his doctor, Julieta Hoveyan, he embraces her tightly, making sure she can’t let go to other patients.
The only thing Noy truly misses during this challenging time is his family – his father, elder sister, and brother.
Noy is fascinated with dinosaurs and  automobiles, cherishing anything equipped with wheels, even if it’s a girls’ school bag with wheels. He particularly loves the renowned animated character McQueen, and he dreams of one day owning a grand, red car like that. As he envisions completing his treatment, he imagines the joy of driving that cherished vehicle home to his beloved family.

Meet Armen, a 7-year-old boy from Aragatsotn village in the Aragatsotn region, who is described by his peers as serious and humble.
Armen’s journey has not been an easy one. He is currently undergoing treatment at Armenia’s Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorders Center for the second time. Back in 2019, he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
After an intense battle, the treatment succeeded, and Armen achieved remission, giving him the chance to return home. However, in May, his health took a downturn, and it was revealed that the disease had returned.
Remarkably, Armen tackles his treatment with a serious demeanor, even answering the doctors in what seems like an angry tone, secretly hoping it will speed up the process and they will send him home sooner. His attentiveness is evident as he “never” sleeps throughout  the night when receiving medicine.
Unlike his twin brother Karen, Armen is very active and mischievous. He is extremely close to his sister, whom he misses the most while in the hospital.
Armen’s profound wish is to see not only himself but all children triumph over cancer and go back home. Besides that, Armen also dreams of having a pool where he and his siblings can swim together once this challenging chapter is conquered.

Meet our 10-year-old Hayk from Vayots Dzor province. Hayk is a young artist who finds joy in drawing. He particularly focuses on sketching churches and adorning his room with his favorite creations. Nature also holds a special place in his heart, often serving as the inspiration for his artwork.

At first glance, Hayk may appear reserved, but this impression quickly changes when he’s in the company of his close friends. Hayk shares a deep bond with his friends, especially with Inga, Armen, and Alex, whom he met during his treatment at the Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Armenia. And now he can’t even imagine his days at home without talking to them over the phone.

Despite the challenges of his treatment, Hayk faces it with remarkable composure. He’s well-informed about the stage of his treatment and provides comfort to his worried mother by reassuring her that this difficult period will soon come to an end.

Hayk places immense trust and affection in his medical team, particularly Dr. Grigor Vardanyan. Even when complications from treatment diminish his appetite, a conversation with his beloved doctor, Grigor Vardanyan, motivates him to eat, hastening his recovery.

Hayk dreams of owning a light blue bike with a 26-inch frame. He plans using this bike to explore the outdoors and find inspiration in the beauty of nature.


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