Another bunch of good news has come from the Bioengineering Rehabilitation for Wounded project. Recently, one of the latest participants of the Project, Dmytro, has undergone a surgery. In its course doctors removed an orthopedic plate that kept together the bones of his arm and the transplanted bone block which the doctors are trying to fuse with application of cell technology. From now on, Dmytro and his doctors will have to monitor the process of the bone restoration, and deal with rehabilitation; later, in case of necessity, a set of subsequent procedures will follow: these will include everything the man needs for complete recuperation and that is able to bring him back to full life.
Dmytro, a paratrooper of the 81st Air Assault Brigade, got injured in Promka, an industrial zone in the outskirts of Avdiivka, during another firing on the terrorists’ part – an enemy bullet hit him on the arm. The bone adjoining the elbow, gone destroyed, and later the wound healed in the way that made bending it impossible. Such consequences felt especially bad to Dmytro who used to be an enthusiastic cyclist. Conventional medicine suggested either purely correcting surgeries, or complete replacement of the elbow joint, – both options would have led to impossibility to go in for his favorite sport and grow as an athlete. That’s why Dmytro agreed to participate in the Project, as cell technology offered him a hope for recuperation.
The entire course of Dmytro’s treatment we, volunteers at People’s Project, have paid at the expense of your charitable donations. And even if Dmytro’s treatment cost has been already paid in full, there are a few more wounded fighters in the Project who also need our help. It is your donations that enable them to get restored and back to normal life. Dear friends, go join in, as your kind participation really matters!