€173.00raised of €300,000.00 goal
My baby must continue to live. I can't let cancer take her life!
My brain completely refuses to accept the information that the doctors keep giving me.
How can I even presume that my daughter, for whom I've been waiting so long, can die now!?💔
Eva, my baby... I've been dreaming of her birth for such a long time! For several years, I couldn't get pregnant. And when I finally found out that I would have a daughter, it made me the happiest woman in the world!
I still remember the moment when I first saw Eva's beautiful face! How happy I was then!
Even in my most terrible dreams, I couldn't imagine that this could happen.
One morning, I noticed that Eva's little nose became asymmetric. Her left nostril was swollen and much bigger than the right one. At first, I thought that it wasn't serious. I thought it would pass. But the next day, her nostril increased in size even more.
I couldn't wait any longer and took Eva to hospital.
I thought it was an allergy or inflammation. I was sure some ointment or antibiotics would be enough, but the doctor looked at Eva and immediately sent us to do an urgent CT scan.
I just can't describe what I felt when I saw the doctor's serious and glum face when he looked at the scans. In a low voice, he said that my dear Eva had a very rare and aggressive soft tissue tumor, a rhabdomyosarcoma, which almost never occurs in children so young.
When I heard that my little daughter had cancer, I felt the ground slipping from under my feet.
I summoned up my last bit of strength and asked the doctor: “Doctor, what do we do?”
The doctor shook his head sadly and said that in our country, Eva simply has no chance. The tumor was blocking her respiratory tract. Eva was suffocating, and the doctors didn't know how to help her.
I think the worst thing for a mother is to feel that her child is in danger and to know that her child could die at any moment. I don't wish anyone to experience this feeling. When I realized that my baby could die any moment, I promised to myself that I would do everything to save her. I knew that without Eva, I simply couldn't live on.😰
My husband and I started looking for doctors who would give Eva a chance. In the end, we found a treatment in Israel that could help her. Israeli doctors give Eva a chance and promise to help her - but this treatment costs hundreds of thousands of dollars.
This is Eva's only chance for life, but we just don't have that much money!
We've already spent all the savings that we had on diagnostics and treatments. We also asked friends and acquaintances for help. But all this money has run out.
Now we simply have nothing to pay treatments for our only daughter!
But if Eva doesn't continue receiving treatments, the tumor will spread again, and the cancer will suffocate her.
I never thought that I would have to ask people for money. But I just have no other choice. As a mother, I must do whatever it takes to save Eva's life!
Eva is only 10 months old. All her life is ahead of her. She must continue to live. And I will do anything for this. I can't lose my baby just because we don't have money. It makes no sense for me to continue living my life without Eva😥
Therefore, I have no other choice but to turn to you for help. I'm begging you from the bottom of my maternal heart. Please help us pay Eva's treatment!
Don't leave us alone in this nightmare! Give my girl a chance to live a life.
Evа's life is in your hands.
Please, don't be indifferent! Help me save Eva!🙏
- Antonia Pop
- Campaign Owner
One YearUpdate posted by Antonia Pop at 04:25 am
I look at my Eva and I can't believe she's already a year old. How quickly she grew up and how sad that most of her life was spent in the hospital ...I find it hard to believe that now, instead of taking her first steps in the park, she. . . . .
I hold my baby in my arms and feel that I can no longer see how she suffers.Update posted by Antonia Pop at 11:58 am
I hold my baby in my arms and feel that I can no longer see how she suffers. Sometimes Eva looks at me and silently asks for help. I then want to take her away from here and run away from all thisShe is so small, my little Eva, she. . . . .