Hi there! This time, since I have already overcome the halfway, I felt it was appropriate to make a video to let you know about my progression. Here you have it:
Last February 28, day 104, was the Rare Disease Day. I was wondering how much rare is Ewing’s sarcoma. In the U.S.A. about 300 new kids are diagnosed per year. This number may seem large to some of you, but taking into account their population -318.9 million in 2014-, it is about 0.00009407%. If we apply the same percentages to Spain -46.77 million in 2014- we might get around 44 cases per year. And these are the most common cases: kids and young adults up to 25 years old. People like me are rare among the rarest -or rare^2, ‘lol-. This is why Alba Pérez’s Foundation is making a brilliant job, a praiseworthy task since these 44 innocent kids need hope. Imagine for a second it was your child the unfortunate one… COLLABORATE! Don’t wait longer!
- This is the solidary IBAN account number for donations:
A last-minute gift that made me drop a few tears: