Hello! My husband's name is Dmitry Kozlov, he was born in Leningrad, on the 9th of April, 1983. In 2006 he was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma. Since then we, together with the doctors, have been fighting the disease, though with varying success. In 2006-2007 Dima went through 10 cycles of chemotherapy, and remission was reached, but only for a few months. Then three more chemo cycles, and after that, in 2008, the first bone marrow transplantation with high-dose chemotherapy. Autologous transplantation, i.e. transplantation of Dima's own healthy stem cells, was performed. He has managed to achieve sustained remission, but in 2011 a second relapse of the disease took place. My husband received six more chemotherapy cycles, and this year, in May, the second bone marrow transplantation was performed in Raisa Gorbacheva Memorial Institute of Pediatric Hematology and Transplantation. This time his brother was the donor. At the time Dima has to go through three cycles of treatment with a medicine called brentuximab (SGN-35). The price for this therapy is about 42000$ . I am the only one in our family who has a permanent job, but the costs of tests, examinations, and particularly medicine are too high even for a working person. I'm doing everything possible for Dima not to be in need of anything, but I just can not afford this new drug. My greatest dream is for my beloved husband to recover, so that we could lead normal life, at home, not in the hospitals. Dima is a very talented person: he's been working in Public Relations for more than ten years, he writes articles and blogs. It is not only me who values ??his abilities. He took first places in professional competitions, and I am sure that a brilliant career is waiting for him. My husband is a man of character. He never complains, he bears all the difficulties stoically, and I am with him every day, supporting him always, trying to surround him with love. Unfortunately, a strong character and my infinite devotion are not sufficient right now. Dima's life and health depend now on the possibility to pay for the necessary treatment, so we ask you to help us. We would be very-very thankful to anyone who could support us with a donation or simply with a word of encouragement. We believe that everything will be well!