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MOSCOW, September 28. /ITAR-TASS/. Thirteen seriously ill children delivered to Moscow from Donetsk on Sunday have been accommodated at clinics in the Russian capital, the press office of Russia’s Heath Ministry reported.
Initially, 14 children were expected to be delivered to Moscow but one child had to remain in Donetsk due to the child’s grave illness, the press office said.
“Overall, 13 children with grave diseases have been taken to Moscow, including children with heart and digestive tract pathology, kidney, blood and nervous system diseases,” the press office said.
“Within the next few weeks, doctors will carry out all the necessary measures, including medical examinations and the choice of medical treatment, including the use of expensive medicines,” the Health Ministry said.
If necessary, the children will receive psychological aid in addition to medical assistance, the press office said.