Now four months old, Kamilla is doing well, despite her underlying health problems. She will receive albumin treatments for as long as she can. Because there still isn’t anything else available to cure her kidneys. For Kamilla, a transplant is the only option.
Nobody has figured out just yet what is wrong with Antoine. Sainte-Justine is searching for the cause of his autoimmune disorder at the molecular level. With the backing of leading-edge research teams and your generous support, his immunology specialists hope to solve the mystery with molecular testing.
A Race Against Time
After suddenly losing vision in her left eye, Adela went to Sainte-Justine, where the medical team began investigating the potential causes. They first suspected juvenile macular degeneration, but a subsequent MRI showed what every parent fears the most: a brain tumour.
The Foundation asks you to think about children whose illness won’t be taking a holiday this summer… and give generously.
This is where my path in life actually started. I was born here. My children were born here. I’ve never strayed too far from Sainte-Justine.
Thank you to our front-line donors
Since March 12 and until the pandemic is over, front-line donors are joining forces with Sainte-Justine and banding together during this time of crisis, arming our teams of caregivers so they can respond as effectively as possible in an emergency. Ultimately there will be 50,000 of them.
In these crazy times, we are proud to be front-line donors and to count on the support of our community. Because Sainte-Justine patients and researchers need it. We are privileged witnesses to this.
For Father’s Day, Madeleine would like you to express your love and appreciation for your own dad with a donation to Sainte-Justine.