She is keeping her doll in her hands and is waiting for the nurse to bring her medications. Her mother says she never leaves her doll and cries if it is away. She and her doll are always with each other and pass treatment dayshand in hand. She has promised her doll that she will stay strong and get well soon so that they can play at home.
During her treatment process, she continues her childhood in her hospital room with her doll and other toys which decrease the bitterness of medicines and reminds us that childhood is stronger than all hardship.
With your help and support we have been striving to live based on the belief which is: Cancer cannot bring childhood to an end.