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  • By sending a check to Rusfond UK:
    31 Brooksville Avenue London NW6 6TH
  • Transfer direct to the Rusfond UK bank account.
    Please indicate the name of the child for whom you are donating:
    Account: Rusfond UK
    Bank: Barclays Bank
    Address: 99 Hatton Gardens, London, EC1N 8DN Sort code : 20-82-94 Account No: 63579514

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We are looking for the following in-kind help:
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  • Journalists
  • Media
  • Printing services
  • Graphic designers
  • Photographers
  • Drivers
  • English-Russian speaking doctors
  • Bloggers and others

  • If you want to help, please write to info@rusfond.org.uk
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Dear Friends,

You are facing a serious situation and you have decided to turn to Rusfond UK.
We will try to do everything we can to help you. Please send the following information to info@rusfond.org.uk: you first and last name, first and last name of the child who needs help, his or her birthdate along with an outline of the problem (i.e. diagnosis, name of the hospital and the cost of medical treatment if known). Please also include your full mailing address and zip code, your email address, if any, and your phone numbers.

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Landish Ibragimova, age 13, tuberous sclerosis, requires a medical examination and treatment at the Great Ormond Street, course treatment required, 64,568.62 GBP

Landish Ibragimova, age 13, tuberous sclerosis, requires a medical examination and treatment at the Great Ormond Street, course treatment required, <nobr>64,568.62 GBP</nobr>

My daughter has a rare genetic disease which causes the formation of numerous benign tumours. This condition was discovered when Landish was six years old, when her vision became impaired, when she started to have severe headaches and when faint spots appeared on her skin. The doctors removed the tumour from the brain straight away and the illness didn’t bother Landish for three years. We were hoping that things would stay that way. However, the tumours have appeared once again. This time, not only in the brain but also in the eye, on the liver and on the kidneys. Once again, the tumour was removed from Landish’s brain, however, only partly, due to the risk of causing any damage the brain. The growth of the tumour can be suppressed by taking a costly medication, which the Russian government does not provide. We contacted Rusfond and you have helped us to purchase this medication. Despite the fact that my daughter’s wellbeing has improved, the tumours continue to grow. They need to be removed; however, the doctors in Russia are refusing to do so. We have already found a clinic in England that is prepared to carry out the treatment. Please help us to pay for the treatment, as we cannot afford to do so ourselves.

Rashida Ibragimova, Tatarstan.

2015-12-11

Christian Aquilina, Paediatric Neurosurgeon of the Great Ormond Street Hospital (London): «Based on the documents provided, we have come to the conclusion that a surgical treatment is indeed possible. However, prior to this, we will carry out a full medical examination of the patient, hold consultations with various specialists, and then, based on the results of the examination, we will perform the surgery to remove the tumours».

2016-02-27

Landish Ibragimova came back home

Examination which has been done in Great Ormond St hospitalshow that  there is no surgical intervention indicated. The required amount of money has been raised thanks to Rusfond (Rusfond.ru). She has been recommended to continue drag therapy only.
Landish's parents grateful for the help.