Richard Sullivan, MD, PhD, Director of the Institute of Cancer Policy at King’s College London, has detailed enormity of crisis: “Since February 24, we’ve seen around 3.3 million refugees from Ukraine now passing to host countries.…. Even if the war stopped tomorrow, it’s going to take between a year and a year-and-a-half to rebuild cancer care in Ukraine, so this is a real medium- to long-term commitment from Europe to look after these patients,”
Many refugee children with cancer from bombed hospitals are at last being moved to oncology units in UK, Ireland, Poland, Germany, Austria and Italy. Their refugee caring mothers and siblings will also need care.
Your donations to us will help us to support the child cancer patients and their refugee mothers and sib lings and help to relieve their trauma.