Of which, 200 gifts were given to pediatric patients being treated at Da Nang Obstetrics and Children’s Hospital, 50 gifts were given to pediatric patients being treated at Da Nang Oncology Hospital and 110 gifts were given to pediatric cancer patients being treated at Central Hospital. Hugh.
These three hospitals are familiar addresses where “Thue’s Dream” comes to every year during the Mid-Autumn Festival.
After receiving gifts from the Tuoi Tre newspaper, many children happily opened candy and sausages to eat. The children eagerly wore the shirts donated by the program and did not forget to give gifts to their brothers and sisters.
Leukemia patient Nguyen The K. is undergoing treatment at Da Nang Oncology Hospital. (13 years old) held the gift bag she recently received and said: “I have received gifts from Tuoi Tre newspaper many times, I always remember this example. I am very happy because there is a cake gift in the Mid-Autumn Festival, I’ll save it for my brother.”
Of. Ms Du Thi Ng, mother of K. She was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 4, and has been fighting this terrible disease for 9 years.
“At first it was mild, I could go to my home in Quang Ngai once a month. But now my illness has become serious again so I stay in the hospital for treatment. My brother at home also has mental illness, I Love her.” So when I received the gift, I asked my mother to leave something for you,” Mrs Ng said.
Mrs. N.G. She said that the mother and daughter lived far away and came to a foreign land for treatment, but having kind hearts like “Thue’s Dream” gave her a warm feeling at every Mid-Autumn Festival.
Gifts worth 335,000 VND each, including cake, milk, lanterns and crayons… Tuoi Tre is the heart of readers through the program “Thue’s Dream” sent to the Sun Flower Warriors.
Ms. Tran Thi Nhan (resident of Dak Lac), mother of Phan Dinh Duy (4 years old), who is being treated at Hue Central Hospital, said that when she heard that he would receive a Mid-Autumn gift from Tuoi Tre newspaper , Duy always looked forward to gifts and kept asking her mother: “Why do people take so long to give gifts, Mom?” All the kids are gone and no one is giving them gifts, Mom!”
So when he unexpectedly received a gift, Du immediately embraced the lantern as his treasure.
Fighting the wicked leukemia disease for almost 3 years, little boy Nguyen Minh Quan (8 years old, lives in Quang Binh province) is always full of energy.
Receiving a lantern of all sizes and colors as a gift from reader Tuoi Tre, Kwan happily ran to show it to everyone in the room.
Kwan’s mother said that although he went through many painful treatments, he was always smiling and optimistic.
Representatives of the parents of pediatric patients being treated at Hue Central Hospital sent their thanks to Tuoi Tre readers and the program “Thue’s Dream”. Such meaningful gifts on the Mid-Autumn Festival have empowered the Sun Flower warriors to continue “fighting” the disease.
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