last update: 07-02-2023

 

 
 

Atena, the Brave

Seven-year old Atena, who was diagnosed with Retinoblastoma in 2007 and became cancer free under MAHAK coverage in 2008, plans to become a biomedical engineer when she grows up. Atena later on said: “When I was sick, while my mother and father were beside me, my brother studied well and is now enrolled in Sampad School. I too, have received perfect grades in my studies as well.”We wish Atena and other brave children

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Motivation Matters

Nine-year-old Alireza, who was diagnosed with A.L.L in 2007 and became cancer free in 2011, is intensely devoted to boxing and karate and wants to join the police commando force when he grows up. In answer to our request for a memory, Alireza’s mother said:“He was very naughty and restless during his treatment period but a good deal of psychology and counseling in MAHAK, helped us to overcome all difficulties.” Today, motivated

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You'll Always Be Our Hero

Eight-year-old Shahrokh, who was diagnosed with A.L.L in 2009 and became cancer free in 2013, exemplifies the word "hero" more than Batman or Spiderman have ever done, like many other children who battle cancer. “Professor Vossough used to present all the kids gifts that would make them happy and exhibited her caring wisdom.  Once she gave me a Spiderman doll.  He is now fully recovered and living in my room on a permanent basis,

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Way to go Mahsa

When people meet Mahsa, they see a cute, pretty, happy and full of energy nine-year-old girl who was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma when she was 4.  She has gone through a successful one-year treatment period and she is now a happy and healthy cancer survivor. Her mother says: “I believe that in difficult situations people get closer to God, as I did; I got more resistant to accompany Mahsa in every step of the

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Make it happen

Ten-year-old Kiarash, who was diagnosed with A.L.L in 2008 and became cancer free in 2011, spends much of his free time playing with his toy sword challenging the courage and dexterity of everyone around. “Seeing your kid going through cancer is the worst thing that could ever happen to a mother.  The only thing that I needed was companionship.  I’m grateful for the support of MAHAK family for the three-year process of treatment

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