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Yana Bijamov: A Mother's Plea to Save her son George Bijamov

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Yana Bijamov: A Mother's Plea to Save her son George Bijamov

Apr-07-2014 at 06:57 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

Last edited on Apr-07-2014 at 07:03 PM (UTC3 Nineveh, Assyria)
 

Editors' Note: We received this message and have post it within this health section in hopes of bringing this case to the attention of medical personnel capable of helping this family.


George Bijamov. Photo provided by Yana Bijamov (mother).
-----Original Message-----
From: Iana (mailto: Yanna75 < a t > mail.ru)
Sent: Monday, April 07, 2014 4:07 AM
To: atour.com
Subject: Urgently need Help!!!

Dear brothers and sisters!

My name is Yana and I'm Assyrian from Russia. A big trouble came into my family, my son George Bijamov has got a horrible disease - cancer in 2009. Since that time we are faiting for his life already for 5 years. I beg you as his mother - please help my to save his life!

In April George will be 20 years old.

In October 2009 he was diagnosed with osteogenic sarcoma of tibia in Tel-ha-Shomer clinic in Israel. He underwent surgery and has got one course of chemotherapy and we came back to Russia since had no more money.

In august 2010 he was discharged from the hospital in Russia: the doctors told that he was very weak and further treatment could damage him. He felt good, graduated from school and entered the University/ At all annual routine medical examinations in Israel all his parameters were good. But in August 2013 the metastasis in his lung was found and he underwent the urgent operation. In October all tests were fine.

And in March 2014 the neoplastic lesion in his spine was found on the level of D4D5D6. The oncologists decided to hospitalize him since the lesion extended for the nerves and George could stop walking.

Om March 20, 2014 he underwent the surgery where the vertebra was replaced for the implant.

Today the doctor said that this lesion is a vary bad sign and new chemotherapy should be started.

Our family is unable to pay for it since we have already sold everything we had to be able to pay for his sarcoma treatment and this new treatment is very expensive.

The doctors now are waiting for my decision to start the treatment. As a mother I can't take the life of my son so I ask you for help. Help me to save the life of my son!

My debt for the operation is 51000 USD and how much I should pay for the further treatment - I don't know yet.

Sorry if my asking caused a problem for you.
Thank you in anticipation even for reading this.

Thanks and sorry again for God's sake if someone will respond to our misfortune, I will give more information and phone my number 972526481478 in Israel.

Yana.


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