Mohamed’s mother –the mother of one of 57357’s patients-: we are a modest family, my husband is a cleaning worker in a school. God blessed us with 57357 to take care of our children as if they were their own. They treat all the children equally without discrimination.
Mohamed is a 7 year old from Alfayoum. While chatting with his mother she shared with us his story:
Thank God, he had successful bone marrow transplantation and now he is in follow up phase. 57357 is unique in its cleanliness and in the manner they treat people, she resumed. When my son got sick, people advised me to go to 57357. In the beginning I couldn’t believe that there could be such a place to save my son’s life for free. I was worried when I went there for the first time, as he had to wait for his turn to be admitted. From the first moment he stepped inside, they took good care of him. He started receiving his treatment doses right away. When he didn’t respond to the treatment they carried out bone marrow transplantation.
Thank God, he has recovered and returned to his normal life. When we were admitted to the Hospital in 2014, I didn’t think he would survive, but 57357’s doctors gave us hope, now I think about his future and look forward to the day he will be a young man and will realize his and our dreams. God blessed us with this Hospital, and with having such people who take care of modest people like us. Doctors, nurses and workers used to treat us like family.
Mohammed interrupted his mother saying: I love 57357 because they are granting me care and healing, I love uncle Rami a lot –one of 57357 nurses- and I wish to become a doctor and work here in 57357 to treat people as I was treated.
Mohammed and his mother are the of joy as a result of a dream of recovery that came true and of hope that was instilled in the hearts of an entire family
57357 is a major endeavor, a dream that was realized by kind hearted people and will endure with God’s will and your continuous support to the children.
With you, we will realize our second dream of expanding the capacity of the hospital so that we would take- in more children and give them hope in cure.