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Kyrylo loves active games. He conquers the highest playground climbers and plays football. No surprise that he asked for sneakers for his birthday.

Nothing can stop him from being an active 9-year-old boy – neither three years of fighting cancer nor lung surgery and leg amputation.

“It’s important that he smiles every day and doesn’t feel “different”. The mother is a mirror, and it depends on her what emotions and perceptions the child will have,” says Kyrylo’s mom, Anna.

Kyrylo is clever and studies well; he quickly makes new friends. And also he loves to travel. After years in the hospital, traveling makes him very happy.

When the full-scale invasion began, Kyrylo had to go to Warsaw to continue treatment. After finishing his chemotherapy, he has only follow-up examinations. Now he is preparing to get a prosthesis.

Kyrylo is an example of the courage of Ukrainian children who, despite everything, remain children. And move on. Support children like him with a  donation – because even the bravest need help.

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