- Stage 1
- Stage 2
Dinu Laura Elena
Andreescu Violeta Margareta
Adrian Bir Barbuliceanu
Rosca Octavian Nicolae
Moianu Nicoleta Madalina
Anca Tudora Mihaela
Gabriela Potop Irimia
Ilie Andra Roxana
Dinu Vlad Alexandru
Cechi Cristina Valentina
Gogarla Tiberiu Andrei
Mihai Dobos We have to mention that the 35 people limit was imposed on us, but they promised that today they will try to organize another testing session for Wednesday, with a new list of people that are willing to get tested. In the meantime, people from the list above are expected to show up at the specified address on Monday at 10:30 am. Test tubes with each other’s name are already prepared. ! You can eat and drink before the test. It won’t affect the results. For questions and other info, the following people will be at the laboratory to help you: -Cristina Pelteacu, from Synevo -Alina Popa, a friend of mine They will make sure everything will be ok. Tomorrow you will have to sign a consent form that says you agree to be tested and 2 test tubes with your blood samples will be collected. I’m here to answer your questions at any time. For Wednesday, the list is still open, I will get back to you when I’ll have more details. You can’t imagine how much all of this means to me ! Thank you very much!
VA MULTUMESC DIN SUFLET!
Toate incasarile din bilete vor fi donate pentru achitarea TRANSPLANTULUI MEU
All the money raised from selling the tickets will be donated for paying MY TRANSPLANT. Va asteptam cu drag! Va asiguram ca o sa fie UN CONCERT PENTRU O VIATA! We are warmly waiting for you to join us! We want to assure you it’s going to be A LIFEGIVING CONCERT! Cristina Dinu si PRIETENII
Cristina Dinu and FRIENDS Un eveniment organizat de Club si Restaurant Jukebox.
An event organized by Jukebox Club and Restaurant.
Parteneri : Asociatia M.A.M.E, Phoenix Transsylvania, Eventim, Coyote Cafe si byron Management. Partners : Asociatia M.A.M.E, Phoenix Transsylvania, Eventim, Coyote Cafe and byron Management
Parteneri media: Radio 3 Net si 121.ro Media partners : Radio 3 Net si 121.ro
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I think I got my good share of luck. I always liked to think this way, even during these past 2 years and I have my reasons to say that.
One of those reasons would be that, as you probably already noticed, a week and a half ago I only had 15 000 EUR out of the total amount of 80 000 EUR so much needed for the transplant.
I was already picturing myself having to discuss with the doctors the possibility of delaying the transplant which, in normal conditions, would had meant a delay of a at least one month , meaning the time needed for another patient to make a transplant and to recover .
Now I have 62 000 out the total of 80 000 needed.
I cannot express how happy I was when I saw that you didn’t give up when the odds of collecting the entire amount were dropping! And I thank you for that!
The second reason for considering myself lucky is that while I was already seeing myself telling the doctors that I will delay the payment hence the delay of the transplant, having to face a “that’s fine, but we’ll put another patient into the transplant procedure, until you are ready” which can be translated in a delay of at least one month, I was surprised when the doctors brought me, one day ago, without any intervention from my side, some good news. We have to delay initiating the procedure for a couple of days until some of the test results are available to them. This delay was due to a very busy period they are going through at the Pet-CT department, thus they managed to make an appointment only for yesterday at 5 PM. So, another chance to get all the money in time.
Sure, they can tell me anytime in the following days like “Here are the results. Let’s talk and then have the transplant “…if I have the money into the hospital’s account. If not, I might have to face the delay I was talking about, which I really wouldn’t want or need to happen.
I wanted to let you know that I managed to extend the time period during which I can receive donations by sms using all of the three mobile phone operators until the 14th of March. Romtelecom phone numbers are also still available. These methods of donating are only available from Romania.
I want to thank you for everything! For your good thoughts, for forwarding to your friends my emails and my problems, for forwarding my cry for help! Thank you so much!
I am still 18 602 EUR short. I might need them tomorrow or on Friday… I’m not sure when…
All I know is that I still need a helping hand. And I know that you will lend it to me.
On a different topic, I have to say that……I finally got home! After 10 month of staying in Vienna forced by the undertaking treatment and its follow-ups, I got to see my room, my cats and my stuff. I didn’t think I would have enough time to fit in again and to feel sorry for having to leave again. But there was enough time for that to happen. The initial plan was to stay for 4 days and I ended staying 10. It was great. Home is home. With all the irony of the situation…thank you, doctor, for saying you had to see me for half an hour.
But since we are already on this subject I have to say that I truly regret the fact that I still have to put up with situations when I need to explain myself to certain people that I went to Vienna not because I was a spoiled kid, that it wasn’t for the “luxurious accommodations” over there that I decided to go back and forth Bucharest-Vienna from August 2008 until April 2009 and then to decide to stay in Vienna starting with April 2009 until present. It’s not ok to have your family close to you only by making them sacrifice their day to day life. Everything seems so …broken, believe me! Sure, it’s a nice city, very civilized, clean, but you don’t get the chance to find any joy in that, I assure you. You only feel that huge frustration coming from the fact that you are, against your will, banished from your own country. It wasn’t only the cancer that “suspended” my life, it was also the fact that I cannot get the appropriate treatment in my own country, closer to what I call “home”. So, please, before you start blaming me just try to walk a mile in my shoes!
To end this discussion in the same manner I always have, I thank you all for everything and wish you a beautiful, healthy and colorful spring! I wish the same for myself but for the next spring!
PS – The doctors had to finally admit that this transplant procedure cannot be performed in our country, and now the authorities have to admit the same thing as well. I owe you this info but, without getting into details, I assure you that I did everything that could have been done and I would had never asked for your help before I knew for sure that I cannot count on the authorities to aprove my request and pay for the transplant in time for me to get the procedure done, while there is still time. I will keep you posted!