Müslimakhon Ulukbekova, the child of Mehmet Kaynak, who lives in Manisa, and İntizor Matrasulova, a Uzbekistan national, was diagnosed with leukemia last year. A five-year-old girl received a bone marrow transplant from her mother. The little girl’s condition is good and her treatment will continue.
Müslimakhon Ulukbekova (5), a Uzbek national who was diagnosed with leukemia in Manisa, received a bone marrow transplant from her mother İntizor Matrasulova in Antalya, where she went for treatment.
Müslimakhon Ulukbekova, the daughter of İntizor Matrasulova, a Uzbek national who is married to Mehmet Kaynak in Salihli district, from her first marriage, caught the flu last year and the family took her to the hospital. After a while, bruises appeared on the body of the little girl, whose treatment was started by giving medication. When the family took their daughter to the doctor again, the truth was revealed in the tests. Ulukbekova was diagnosed with leukemia and it was stated that treatment should be started as soon as possible.
IT WAS SAID ‘ONE WEEK LEFT’
Later, the family went to Izmir and started selling their vehicles and then the household items in order to cover the treatment expenses since Müslimakhon Ulukbekova was not a Turkish citizen. When no results were obtained from the treatment, it was stated that the little girl needed an urgent bone marrow transplant and that she had 1 week left, and the family was directed to a private hospital in Antalya.
The family came to Antalya and started the hospitalization procedures for Müslimakhon, who will receive a bone marrow transplant from İntizor Matrasulova. While the little girl was hospitalized, 75 thousand dollars needed for treatment. dollar It was collected in a short time by volunteers through the campaign.
The little girl, whose treatment continues, received a bone marrow transplant from her mother, Intizor Matrasulova, last week. The little girl, whose condition is known to be good, will continue her treatment in the hospital for a while longer. (DHA)