British soldiers raised money for an operation for a boy from Bosnia, who was born with a rare defect on the facePictolic
Soldier who showed compassion for the suffering of others, deserves the highest award. The British soldiers have collected 140,000 pounds (about 13 million rubles), the operation young Bosniak, whom he met while on patrol. The baby suffered from a rare congenital disease that distorted his face. Now the lad is 21, but he did not forget his benefactor.Soldier Wayne Ingram from Portland met 4-year-old Stefan Savic while serving in Bosnia. The boy was born with a rare disorder — facial cleft. The bone in the center of the face was rastrelivali skull and big eyes in different directions, causing the baby seen the bad.
Stephen is now 21 and he lives a full and happy life.
Wayne is very happy that his little ward had grown to a pretty strong guy. He wanted to celebrate it 21st birthday, but unfortunately couldn't due to quarantine restrictions.
Stefan plays local music group. He has a girlfriend. Bosniak very grateful to my Savior that changed his life. If not treated, he could not live until today. A British soldier talks with a guy and his parents every month.
British soldiers first collected 85,000 pounds (about 7.5 million) in 2003 brought the boy to children's hospital in London. Plastic surgeon David dunaway offered assistance for free, but part of the money was spent on tickets, visas and lodging for the family of the child patient.
During the 12-hour surgery in July 2003, the doctors were forced to remove Stefan's teeth. The boy underwent a craniotomy and reconstruction of the skull. Dr. dunaway eliminated the bone in the middle of his face to bring his eyes, and made him a new nose.
In may 2005, Stephen returned to the UK to make a correction of the respiratory ways. In 2014, Wayne has collected another 20,000 pounds (about 1.8 million) for the following operation — now plastic. After the last operation, the money that helped to raise celebrity to the Bosnian rebuilt the nose.
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