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Maya's Hope: Child with Lymphangioma needs Sclerotherapy

Children in the Philippines who live in extreme poverty lack access to quality healthcare. They are often denied assistance and are unable to afford necessities to improve their quality of life.

Zavria is three years old and lives in the Philippines. She has a lymphangioma on the left lateral side of her neck.

"Lymphangiomas are noncancerous fluid-filled cysts that form in children, often on the head and neck. These cysts form when lymph fluid backs up and doesn't flow normally through tissues. Most lymphangiomas don't need treatment, but your provider can remove lymphangiomas surgically if needed."

When she first applied to Maya's Hope, her mother was told that surgery was the only way to treat her daughter's condition. When we consulted with our doctor in the Philippines, she advised a consultation and from that, she determined that Zavria was a candidate for Sclerotherapy. If this current treatment does not show improvement, the doctor will advise the next steps.

Please help Zavria get Sclerotherapy to help treat her lymphangioma.

"How is lymphangioma treated? After diagnosis, your child’s provider will identify treatment options unique to their cysts. Most of the time, lymphangiomas don’t need treatment since they are noncancerous.
Treatment might be necessary if the cyst is large and prevents your child from moving or it is blocking a vital organ. Your provider will work to remove the cyst by performing:
Surgery. Laser therapy. Sclerotherapy."

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Maya’s Hope helps disadvantaged children living in poverty and helps provide hope by instilling value and purpose in each child.