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“Leukemia is 100% cured with Good Treatment and Continuous Monitoring” The soul does not come out except on the Day Allah wills. I will try to explain to you how much God has helped us in our process and how He has made the end beautiful for us for the past 7 months since February 27th.

The day was February 27th. Ana Meski Menge Mikiyas Girshe , Keneni Endale and Naol Dandena We were dressed in similar traditional clothes by Dawaa Design and returned to Hora today. Her brother who lives in Yabello town fell ill and was referred to Xuqur Ambessa Hospital in Finfinnee. As soon as she held the phone she started to shed tears. When she cried we were a little nervous so I took her phone to ask what happened and left them and went to the bathroom where the sound didn’t disturb me and started talking.

The caller was Brother Meski Lensa’s wife. She told me that they were in Lanset Hospital in Finland and that they were desperate for immediate treatment. I understood the left thing and told her to give the Doctor who was treating him a call to ask what happened.

Me := Hello doctor peace be upon you my name is Mulen his cousin what happened?

Doctor := He has leukemia and it is eating his blood. From 11,000, only 3,900 of his blood is left.

He told me that if he was not given blood immediately and continuously, he was going to die.I stayed dry where I was.All our friends with us including Meskii were waiting for me to find out what happened so while I was in tears I hid my feelings and said “Nothing to worry about,but he needs to get treatment immediately and we need to go back to Finland right now” told.

We all left our lunch and headed back to Finland. But the Day is Irreecha and the whole Bishoftu Road is Closed. Cars cannot travel in the city. But What happened to us made us forced and we started our journey to Finland safely out of Bishops Stortford even though it took us hours of baby driving.

Mikiyas Girshe who was driving the car was not only driving the car at high Speed, he was almost ready to bark up and thus we got to Finland.In front of our residence, we took off our masks for me, changed our traditional clothes, picked up the car and headed to Lanset Hospital with Qanani. Until this hour my wife did not stop shedding her tears.

But she has only one brother and she is worried about him coming as a referral because of her love for him but she does not know what happened and what disease was found in her brother’s blood.I’m going to die of a lot of Cry. I’m worried about how to tell him. No matter how easy I try to tell her, I know she’s crazy. I am driving to the hospital at high speed.

Meanwhile, a relative of hers in Finland had arrived there before us and called mesk and asked where we were. She cried and told him that we were going to reach him and asked him what had happened. The man said a word to her in a humiliating way, even if I still don’t understand what his problem is. “He’s got leukemia,” he said.I don’t know what happened at that hour in the name of the Lord. Meskiin screamed and grabbed the car I was driving at high speed. We crossed the road and collided with the car on the opposite side of the road.

Thank God both of us were unharmed even though both cars collided and were injured. We were in a crisis now to ask each other what had happened and we exchanged phone calls to ask each other what was missing. When we got there, the masked Brother Gamma was severely injured. Even if he walks, he starts breathing after a minute.I took the referred paper from her hand and the wife cried and bothered so they put her in a mickey driven car and I took her brother and we went to the small hospital in Ambessa.When we got there they reviewed the referral and told us that it was leukemia.

They told us that there are many types of leukemia but to determine which type it is, his blood should be sent abroad for testing. So far he hasn’t heard anything.Thank God both of us were unharmed even though both cars collided and were injured. We were in a crisis now to ask each other what had happened and we exchanged phone calls to ask each other what was missing.

When we got there, the masked Brother Gamma was severely injured. Even if he walks, he starts breathing after a minute. I took the referred paper from her hand and the wife cried and bothered so they put her in a mickey driven car and I took her brother and we went to the small hospital in Ambessa.When we got there they reviewed the referral and told us that it was leukemia.

They told us that there are many types of leukemia but to determine which type it is, his blood should be sent abroad for testing. So far he hasn’t heard anything. He wasn’t even told the results of his blood. All he knows is that he is sick with anemia and malaria. So we prayed and convinced all the doctors and nurses in the oncology ward of the small Ambessa hospital not to tell them anything.

They felt humane and agreed with us, even though the Law did not allow it. Then my wife and I went out and started talking. We also started surveying the cancer patients being treated there. We continued to consult the doctors there about his treatment. The hospital bed is very difficult to find. We called my friend Dr.

Naomi and told him what was going on and he knew the people who worked there and they gave us a bed with his help and friends. Before him, he sat in the Emergency Department and was given blood in an emergency. He stayed there that day and they told us that he would continue to take blood so I told his wife and Lensa(his wife) to go home and I decided to stay there. That night around 12 o’clock I was sitting outside when I saw a cancer patient whose case was similar to that of Brother Mask being pushed in a wheelchair.

I approached him and I thought he was his sister She was pushing him I asked permission to talk to him to understand the status of his Treatment as my brother is sick and he came today. The boy she is pushing in the wheelchair is very choked, let alone breathing, let alone talking. But as it happened, a word came out of his mouth.”If you watch Don’t lose it. Be whatever you want and I’ll treat you abroad” that’s all he told me.

Although he doesn’t tell me why, his body doesn’t say why. To treat him, Master Abinet, a guy known for helping people from Social Media, raised money and tried to send it abroad but he was told that it was too late. The next morning we started discussing with my wife. It didn’t take us long. We decided that he should go abroad for treatment. She convinced the family and we all agreed. There was no bed in the Oncology ward of the small Ambessa Hospital except for the patient so a guy from Shashamannee who was treating his brother brought two cartons of medicine and gave me one. He told me to lie down here.

The second day we stayed at the small hospital in Ambessa At 9:15 pm I heard a loud scream outside. I jumped up in shock and when I came out Yesterday’s Guy”If you watch, don’t lose it. Be whatever you want and I’ll treat you abroad,” he told me. I learned he passed away when I saw that it was his sister who was pushing him in his wheelchair yesterday. I was dilated where I was. He was awake and I didn’t know what to say. I couldn’t lie and told him that a boy was dead.

Before I could sleep that night, the ground dawned on me. Thus he and I stayed there for three days and went home. We told the Chief Oncology there to submit a referral to the board and sign it because we wanted to treat him abroad.

During the three nights I stayed there, I left the hospital with something like allergies starting from my hands. However I was peaceful inside,I had a full immune white blood cell which came out like this in three days This child would have stayed here for many months if he had started treatment here. Even his white blood cells are burned to zero by the drugs or chemoteraphy he takes.

That means let him be treated here While we watched It seemed to me that it was like giving him to death. He may or may not be given Blood when he needs it, They told us that there is no Anti fungai in the medicine to treat infection. So we have decided that he must go here. Then we took the child home to complete the process. My wife and I couldn’t sleep peacefully the day he got sick.

We always leave home in the morning and come back in the evening to finish his case. We even eat our breakfast after running up and down the government office after 11 o’clock. Even if we took him home, we would always go and check his blood at the Life Hospital every two or three days. When his blood dropped we laid him there and the hospital owner Dr. Shimees and the hospital staff called us through all their networks looking for blood and we took it and took the blood we were finishing underneath.

In the meantime, two things happened to us. One One day For me Dr. Nahom As we learned we took him to the life hospital at night to check his blood. When we got there and checked his blood count, his White blood count had dropped from 4500 to I was very nervous and Dr. Nahom called me in Girum and Naasuu said what do we do, Let us keep this thing a secret That no one will hear it except Me and you. Then we agreed to add a number of false results and show it to him and the mesquite. That was our only option.

If we tell the mask Suddenly you can’t hold back the tears. We knew that if we told him, he would be disappointed. But in the meantime, Dr. Nahom gave me a Warning. No one else will come to your house. If he comes, keep him isolated in the room alone. He told me to wear a mask everywhere until I left. And you make it go in 3 Days as much as you can. He told me sadly inside what the risks were if this didn’t happen.

When he said that to me I didn’t need to tell him why he said that to me and it was readable on his face. After Dr. Nahom’s warning, I took the mask back with me early in the morning and went to Xiqur Ambessa hospital alone. Today, no matter what happens, he decided not to return without signing a letter from the board and sending it to the Ministry of Health. But I realized that it was not easy to do this when I arrived at the office of the head of the hospital board. He gave me a short answer. ” Our manager went abroad for training and he told me to come back in a week and then come back. We can’t do anything for you now.

He didn’t even want to give me time to tell him about his problems. I became Fire where I stood. It was getting harder and harder to control my emotions. I don’t know what I’m doing I jumped up and grabbed the Deputy Doctor of the hospital board by the shoulder and pulled him upstairs and locked the door inside. “If you don’t sign, your body will leave this house,” I said.

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