The first stage of treatment of wounded National Guard soldier Volodymyr, for whom conventional doctors predicted permanent disability, is complete. In June, the external fixation apparatus on his left leg was dismantled, surgery was then conducted wounds consisted of extrafocal perosseous osteosynthesis using an Ilizarov apparatus and the recipient bed was prepared for the use of biotechnology. On July 4, the soldier was discharged home after the first phase of treatment. The costs of the treatment were assumed by People’s Project volunteers with the help of donations from caring people.
Now Volodymyr is recovering at home and is scheduled for for the introduction of cellular material later in the month. Volodymyr is feeling better about life now he has a chance to get back on his feet. Fundraising for his treatment is ongoing and Volodymyr can be helped through direct contributions or simply distribution of information about his plight.
Volodymyr was injured last year at the village Popasna. At 6 am Russian terrorists shelled the village with “Grad” rockets. One of the shells exploded 3 meters from a checkpoint, where the soldier was on duty. Volodymyr received numerous shrapnel wounds to his arms and legs. During the attack a civilian, who was near the checkpoint, was also injured.
After being wounded, Volodymyr was treated in various places, undergoing 16 operations on his leg, however it seemed complications left him with no chance for recovery. Wanting to help the soldier, Volodymyr’s commander appealed to The People’s Project. Volodymyr was examined at the iLaya medical center and was enrolled in the project.
Volodymyr’s treatment has begun, but the required amount is not yet collected. The wounded really needs our support and help.
Bioengineering Rehabilitation for Wounded is a unique charity project that provides medical and financial assistance to victims in restoring bones and tissue after being injured. The project carries out treatment using cellular technology. This biotechnology is used by only a few medical companies in the world. The technique allows for the quick restoration of bone and is a means of avoiding amputation and disability.
The project continues to enroll wounded fighters for whom cell technology represents the only chance for recovery. Most of them came to us after prolonged treatment in public hospitals with traditional methods yielded no results. Since the state, through legislative and other restrictions does not support biotechnology, the treatment of wounded defenders can only be supported by the people.
Recently, The People’s Project announced the sensational recovery of the broken foot of a wounded 19-year-old volunteer using biotechnology.
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