Kids Can't Fight Cancer Alone

Cancer is not Contagious, Love is

As of 31/10/2023


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Whom We Help

Today, our hero is Tatev, a 4-year-old from the Lori region. One encounter with her and you will never forget her. She will come and hug you tightly, asking different questions, even without knowing you.
This sociable and charming young girl easily befriends nearly every child receiving treatment at the Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Armenia.
Her outgoing nature is rooted in her large family, eagerly awaiting the arrival of their fourth child. Tatev is saddened by the possibility that her mother may not be able to accompany her to the hospital due to caring for the newborn. Yet, she remains resolute, offering encouragement to all by saying, “I’ll get better, and then I’ll be back.”
While undergoing treatment at the hospital, Tatev eagerly waits for her father’s visits, as when he comes, it means she is going home.
Tatev’s dream is to have a spacious pink bed where her mother can read her fairytales before she drifts off into sweet dreams.

Please meet our Ani, a 15-year-old girl from Yerevan.
She has lots of interest and hobbies. In school our tenth-grade student, among all the subjects, enjoys history class the most. She also loves reading detective stories, especially novels written by Agatha Christie.
Along with all the hobbies and interests, Ani has already decided on her future profession. Surprisingly, she wants to become a florist-designer. Ani is a sensitive and artistic person, and she was really excited to present her first floral creation to her mother, which made her mom very emotional.
Ani shows remarkable maturity going through her treatment journey, she even encourages her family members to maintain a positive outlook and not to cry.
Music holds a special place in Ani’s heart. Even when she is undergoing treatment at the Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Armenia, she sometimes fills the hospital room with lively tunes to cheer up those around her.
Ani’s sociable yet modest nature endears her especially to younger children, who find her a favorite companion.
Looking ahead, Ani envisions a vibrant future.
Ani really wants to have a big loudspeaker. Once she’s done with her treatment and back home, she wants to set it up her room and play her favorite music.

Today our hero is 10-year-old Sofya from Gegharkunik region. Sofya used to live with her family in Russia, Vladikavkaz, until she fell ill. Promptly, her parents decided that Sofya should undergo all her medical tests in her home country, and returned to Armenia on the very same day.

Nowadays Sofya speaks and understands Armenian very well, as opposed to the first days of moving back. Our girls՛ favorite activities are dancing and drawing, and especially she loves drawing nature.

Sofya approaches her treatment journey with remarkable composure. When faced with the necessity of medical procedures or medication, she promptly consents, stating, “If it’s necessary, then I’m prepared to do it.”

As recounted by her mother, Sofya’s serenity has a soothing influence on the entire family. Even the decision to cut her cherished long hair was taken very calmly by Sofya. Despite the fact that she greatly enjoyed her long hair, she willingly agreed to have it cut when told that it was needed for the period of treatment.

Our beautiful Sofya dreams of having a lavender-colored, light purple bicycle. After completing the treatment, she envisions riding her bike in the nature.

Please meet our 2-years-old Magdalina from Yerevan. Magdalina possesses a remarkable sense of tranquility that beautifully mirrors her journey through treatment. Initially, after receiving her diagnosis, Magdalina was hesitant about undergoing medical procedures and even reluctant to enter the hospital. However, as time passed and she grew more certain that she was in safe hands at the Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorders Centre of Armenia, she now readily cooperates during lab tests and interventions.
Her ability to undergo these medical procedures without shedding tears is a testament to her strength. At home, Magdalina enjoys spending time with her four-year-old sister, and what’s truly remarkable is that they hardly ever argue.
Magdalina’s true passion lies in water. She adores swimming and can happily spend hours in the water without growing bored. Additionally, she has a love for drawing and solving puzzles.
A significant moment in her life was when she spotted a magnificent giant red car in the hospital’s corridor, a gift for another child. Since that moment, she set her heart on having a similar car, but in her favorite color, pink.


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