‘We don’t know how to survive here’: a cancer ward for Ukrainian children under siege

Chernihiv children’s hospital is running out of morphine and mines cover all roads in and outRussia-Ukraine war – latest updatesOn the oncology ward at Chernihiv children’s hospital, patients are battling cancer, their city is surrounded by Russian forces, and now they are running out of painkillers and stockpiling food.“We don’t know how much time we have,” said Serhiy Zosimenko, a charity worker supporting the 11 patients, their doctors and parents. “We actually don’t know how to survive here, It’s unreal. We don’t have any more resources.” Continue reading…

Chernihiv children’s hospital is running out of morphine and mines cover all roads in and out

On the oncology ward at Chernihiv children’s hospital, patients are battling cancer, their city is surrounded by Russian forces, and now they are running out of painkillers and stockpiling food.

“We don’t know how much time we have,” said Serhiy Zosimenko, a charity worker supporting the 11 patients, their doctors and parents. “We actually don’t know how to survive here, It’s unreal. We don’t have any more resources.”

Continue reading…

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