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The year 2020 had a lot of challenges for all of us, but on the 17th of November, I have found out that I have a special one prepared just for me. After several months of trying to figure out the source of reoccurring pains in my left scapula I was told I have Ewing Sarcoma, a soft tissue tumor on the eft side of my thorax.
Given the rarity and aggressiveness of this cancer our family decided to seek treatment abroad, in Turkey. On the 25th of November I had my first good news, PET scan showed no signs of metastases.
I have already had my third chemotherapy and visually the tumor has decreased in size, but the road ahead is still a long and costly one. My doctor says the duration of treatment may be up to a year and a half. And after having a night of math and estimations the costs may be around 90.000 Euro, a sum that our family cannot gather on our own.
Hence, I am asking you to help me and my family overcome this challenge. If not by donation, then by spreading the word.
Help me have a future.
Thank you, and be safe!
Great Success!Update posted by Alexandr Patrasco at 03:20 pm
On the 7th of December, my oncologist has told me that there are no signs of disease.It has been a very challenging year, but it would be an even harder one, if not impossible to overcome if it weren't for the help and support from You. My family and I
More good newsUpdate posted by Alexandr Patrasco at 10:30 am
[EN]Hello everyone!Yet again I receive great news from a PET scan. The most recent one shows that there has been a reduction in tumor size by 60-70%. We will still continue with radiotherapy and chemotherapy in hopes of even bigger shrinking in order to make surgery as little invasive as. . . . .
Ready for next phase!Update posted by Alexandr Patrasco at 10:12 am
[EN]Thanks to support of my family, friends and our local community we've managed to gather funds for the next phase of my treatment. On 27th of January I will have a CT scan that will tell us more about how the tumor reacted to treatment, visually it has already decreased.I
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