Help to Fight for Wictor’s Life

Please help if you can!

„I am scared that I will die, although I could live. I do not know if it will ever be normal for me again, if I have another Christmas to look forward to or if my brother who is only 3 years old and really loves me will even remember me. I love my brother. I love my mom and my dad, my life, my school… You can help me live. Each person can help and that is what I am really asking you to help, please.”

One of the most heart-wrenching reports a parent could ever receive is that their child is seriously ill.  In Poland, this may not be where the bad news ends.  Very often the parents of sick children are informed that the medicine or treatment which could save their child’s life is not supported by the National Health Fund (Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia).  This is when the real fight for a miracle begins because the costs of life-saving foreign treatments and medications are so high that they are out of the reach of the parents and the healthcare community.  The available time to raise funds is typically a major challenge as well.  This is a plea for a miracle and a plea for help.

This is the case for Wiktor, aged 12, and his parents Beata and Przemyslaw, who began their fight for a miracle late last year.  Wiktor had become apathetic and tired, suffered from headaches, had begun vomiting, and then developed issues with his eyes and vision.  His parents looked for help from specialists, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic his diagnosis was unfortunately delayed.  Eventually, Wiktor’s ophthalmologist gave him a series of tests that indicated a cancerous brain tumor.    (…)

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