Dear friends, we have to say this.
The Bioengineering Rehabilitation for Wounded project possesses all the resources necessary for complete restoration of the young Marine Dmytro’s arm despite his injury is extremely complicated. The doctors engaged in the Project, have enough knowledge and practical experience for this. And the revolutionary cell technologies applied in the Project, give good chances for speedy recuperation with no consequences. We, the volunteers of People’s Project, are eager to prove helpful for the guy as well, so we have already raised a considerable part of the sum, enough to pay all major expenditures for treatment.
Still Dmytro’s treatment will not start.
And here is the thing. The Biotech, or the reconstructive-restorative treatment with application of cell technology, makes rather a sophisticated complex process. The doctors of the Project, like sculptors, cell by cell model, grow up, adjust and restore the injured fighters’ missing bones and tissues. It is a prolonged practice that requires great responsibility on the patients’ part in particular: one should work hard to suffer through several months or even years of continuous medical intervention followed by the extended period of rehabilitation. This affects people’s lives a lot, making them keep to the highest level of self-control, as the slightest mistake, negligence or irresponsibility may undermine all the efforts, resources and struggles.
Unfortunately, in Dmytro’s case there are all reasonable grounds for hesitation and doubt as well as the fear of high possibility of pre-time and fruitless cessation of treatment. The results of medical examinations combined with a number of successive eloquent events that unexpectedly occurred before the beginning of the process, are evidential of this. Due to the above mentioned reasons the doctors are unable to start treatment, since there are no slightest guarantees that our conjoint efforts will prove successful, and we would not like to waste your trust as well as put considerable amount of your contributions at risk.
Now to the money that has already been raised. Seems logical and appropriate if we direct them onto treatment of the Project’s other patients. There are a few guys who really need financial support at the moment. Take Vitaliy: the man got severely injured at Donetsk airport and had all indications to double amputation, but thanks to the Biotech’s assistance he has almost stood up on his own two living legs. Of course, the process is rather complicated, still there are chances for success, so the only question for us is just a timely payment for his treatment.
So dear friends, if you donated into Dmytro’s treatment, please indicate in the comment section below where would you like to allocate the funds contributed by you, either to treatment of some other fighter, or maybe to another useful project we can support together.