Support to hospitals

Cancer treatment involves serious modern medical technologies. For hospitals under patronage of Tabletochki throughout Ukraine, the Foundation purchases all necessary equipment: for diagnostics, surgery, laboratory testing, treatment, life support, and more.

In 2018-2019 alone, the Fund purchased three important devices:

• Together with partners – a blood analyzer for the West Ukrainian Specialized Pediatric Nursing Center. This equipment measures the content of drugs in the baby’s blood and makes treatment safe because overdosing with aggressive chemotherapy drugs can kill a fragile baby’s body.

Mobile X-ray machine for the same hospital. Now children who are unable to walk are examined directly in the ward, and their operations have become safer.

Neurosurgical microscope for National Children Hospital “Ohmatdyt”. Thanks to it, neurosurgeons can safely perform operations on the spinal cord and brain without the risk of damage to vital areas. Not only does health, but also quality of life for children.

We also provide the departments with supplies, renovate hospital wards, surgery rooms, procedural rooms, and other facilities. All of these things are done to make children, their friends, parents, and doctors feel comfortable in hospital and focus only on recovering of little patients.

Other directions

Support to children

Tabletochki supports a child at every phase of the cancer treatment. Examination, diagnostics, search and purchase of medicines, treatment in Ukraine and abroad, psychological support and organization of parties for children ‒ all this is done by the Foundation team and the volunteers.

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Training for doctors

The Foundation contributes to the professional development of Ukrainian doctors: it provides access to international and local internships and training both abroad and in Ukraine, translates protocols of treatment into Ukrainian, and pays for subscriptions to international medical journals.

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Children's rights

Tabletochki actively cooperates with the state, the public sector, and other charity foundations to advocate the rights of children with cancer and their families.

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