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籌款,募捐 > 【緊急呼籲】中大醫學院向大家作出緊急呼籲,支持我們2000年的醫科畢業生張俊傑醫生,拯救他只有17個月大的兒子張可仁的性命。

【緊急呼籲】中大醫學院向大家作出緊急呼籲,支持我們2000年的醫科畢業生張俊傑醫生,拯救他只有17個月大的兒子張可仁的性命。

23-11-2018

【緊急呼籲】中大醫學院向大家作出緊急呼籲,支持我們2000年的醫科畢業生張俊傑醫生,拯救他只有17個月大的兒子張可仁的性命。

可仁早於出生第4天時已被診斷罹患一種罕有心臟病「主動脈狹窄」(Coarctation of Aorta),需要接受緊急手術。極之不幸的是,可仁最近再被確診患上「第四期神經母腫瘤」(Stage IV Neuroblastoma),目前可仁的頭骨至腰椎和盆骨均受到癌細胞擴散,脊髓神經線受到癌細胞壓住,痛楚非常,並有癱瘓的危機,癌細胞更正轉移至骨髓。

可仁現時正住在威爾斯親王醫院兒童癌症中心隔離病房,極容易受到感染。他已開始接受化療,而治療方案將包括化療、手術、放射治療、骨髓移植、免疫治療,治療時間約一年至一年半。他完成化療、手術和放射治療後,會進行骨髓移植,之後需要免疫療法,這可大大提高存活率,由20%升至50%。

然而,免疫治療需要病人自費,所需費用高達港幣200萬元。張醫生另一兒子患有自閉症,太太辭掉小學主任一職,全職照顧兩位小朋友,並要照顧父母親,經濟上未能承擔高昂的醫療費用。

 

中大醫學院2000年畢業同學會發起是次籌款,目的包括:
1. 為可仁進行骨髓移植後的免疫治療;
2. 引發社會人士及政府對兒童罕有癌症治療的關注。

【捐款方法】
各位如欲資助可仁小朋友的治療費用,捐款方法如下:

1. 銀行轉賬
• 直接存入以下香港中文大學校友慈善基金銀行戶口
• 於收據副本背後註明「捐助張可仁小朋友」,連同捐款人資料,郵寄或電郵至香港中文大學校友慈善基金

中信銀行(國際)China Citic Bank International
戶口名稱: CUHK Alumni Charity Foundation Limited
儲蓄戶口/Saving a/c number: 772-1-04297600

2. 劃線支票
• 抬頭 ‘CUHK Alumni Charity Foundation Limited’
• 於背後註明「捐助張可仁小朋友」,連同捐款人資料,郵寄至香港中文大學校友慈善基金

*按捐款人意願,可在收據副本或支票上標明「捐助張可仁(任何治療費或生活費,不限用途)」

【香港中文大學校友慈善基金】
地址:香港灣仔皇后大道東43-59號東美中心1802室
電郵:info@cuhkacf.org
查詢電話:2180 4316

【是次募捐行動亦獲中大醫學院下列教授支持】

霍泰輝教授, SBS, JP
中大副校長
卓敏兒科講座教授

鍾尚志教授
前中大醫學院院長
現任仁安醫院外科高級顧問醫生

古明達教授
中大醫學院助理院長(教育)
矯形外科及創傷學系骨腫瘤科組教授
教學資源中心主管
威爾斯親王醫院矯形外科及創傷學系名譽高級醫生

莫仲棠教授
中大醫學院助理院長(入學)
莫慶堯醫學教授
腦神經科主任
內科及藥物治療學系教授
中風及臨床神經科學碩士課程主任
周佩芳認知障礙預防研究中心主任

李沛威醫生
中大醫學院內科及藥物治療學系心臟科副教授
威爾斯親王醫院心臟超聲波實驗室主管

麥敦平醫生
中大醫學院精神科學系臨牀助理教授

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【URGENT APPEAL FOR SAVING A LIFE】 This is an urgent appeal for your generosity to save the life of the 17-month-old son of Dr. CHEUNG Chun Kit, our medical alumnus of Class 2000.

Dr. Cheung Chun Kit is a CUHK medical graduate of Year 2000. His younger son, Cheung Ho Yan Mark, has recently been diagnosed to have Stage IV Neuroblastoma in November 2018, and is in an emergency need of donation to provide the necessary funding to support the life-saving yet expensive immunotherapy.

Mark was presented to his paediatrician for fever and cough in late October 2018. His cough resolved with treatment but his fever never completely went away. Two days prior to his diagnosis, Mark was more clingy than usual and did not like to walk. On a video clip, Mark was noted to have foot drop, a very significant red flag which may indicate a compression on the spinal cord. Emergency scans were immediately performed that night, and Mark was found to have a large tumour on the left side of his abdomen. The aggressive tumour had already spread silently to the back of his skull, his spine, his hips and had compressed his nerves which control his lower limbs, resulting in pain on standing and difficulty in walking. Mark is facing an imminent risk of paralysis.

Mark is diagnosed to have a rare childhood cancer which is called Stage IV neuroblastoma, a cancer which typically presents at late stage because it arises deep in the abdomen. To cure his aggressive cancer, Mark needs to survive through rounds of intensive chemotherapy, radiotherapy, surgery, bone marrow transplant, and finally, immunotherapy. The whole treatment duration lasts 1.5 to 2 years. To completely eradicate all cancer cells, immunotherapy will be needed to boost Mark’s survival from 20% to 50%. However, immunotherapy is a self-financed treatment in the public hospital and the treatment costs could be up to 2 million.

Such close encounter with death is not the first time for Mark. At the first week of life, Mark was diagnosed to have a rare heart problem called “Coarctation of Aorta”. Mark had received life-saving surgery to reestablish the blood flow across his aorta, the major blood vessel that allows blood to go from the heart to the brain and the rest of the body. In a report published in 2002, only 67 cases with dual heart condition and neuroblastoma were reported, giving an odd of 1 in 100 million for a child to be hit by these two rare diseases. Scientists have not yet completely understood the mechanisms that may cause the two conditions to appear in a single child.

It never rains but pours that Mark’s elder brother, now 5 years old, was diagnosed to have autism at around age 2. To enable the elder brother to have intensive training to improve his outcome and development, Mark’s mommy quit her job as a primary school teacher since the diagnosis of autism was made for his elder brother. Dr. Cheung, who is a medical doctor for the elderly, became the sole bread-winner of his family.

CUHK Medical Graduates of Year 2000 have initiated a fund-raising campaign for Mark and his family with the following two objectives:

1. To appeal for donation to support the costs of immunotherapy for Mark
2. To increase the public awareness on the grave needs of children with cancers

【Ways to Donate】

1. By Bank Transfer

Bank Name: China Citic Bank International
Bank Account: CUHK Alumni Charity Foundation Limited
772-1-04297600

Please send the copy of bank pay-in-slip, specifying the purpose of donation being “For Cheung Ho Yan Mark’s Treatment”, by email / by mail to the office of CUHK Alumni Charity Foundation Limited (address below).

2. By Crossed Cheque

• Cheque payable to “CUHK Alumni Charity Foundation Limited”
• Please specify the purpose of donation “For Cheung Ho Yan Mark’s Treatment” at the back of the cheque
• By mail to the office of CUHK Alumni Charity Foundation Limited

【CUHK Alumni Charity Foundation Limited】

Office Address:
Units 1802, Dominion Centre, 43-59 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Email: info@cuhkacf.org
Telephone: 2180 4316

The following professors from the Faculty of Medicine in the CUHK have kindly shown their support and endorsed the above fund-raising campaign for Mark:

Professor Tai-fai FOK, SBS, JP
Pro-Vice-Chancellor/Vice-President, CUHK
Choh-Ming Li Professor of Paediatrics

Professor Sheung-Chee Sydney CHUNG
Former Dean, Faculty of Medicine, CUHK
Senior Consultant in General Surgery, Union Hospital

Professor Shekhar Madhukar KUMTA
Assistant Dean (Education), Faculty of Medicine, CUHK
Professor, Division of Orthopaedic Tumours, Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology
Director, Teaching and Learning Resource Centre
Honorary Senior Medical & Health Officer, Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology, Prince of Wales Hospital, Hospital Authority

Professor MOK Chung Tong, Vincent
Assistant Dean (Admissions), Faculty of Medicine, CUHK
Mok Hing Yiu Professor of Medicine
Head of Neurology, Division of Neurology
Professor, Department of Medicine and Therapeutics
Director, Master of Science Programme in Stroke and Clinical Neurosciences
Director, Therese Pei Fong Chow Research Centre for Prevention of Dementia

Dr. Alex PW LEE
Associate Professor, Department of Medicine and Therapeutics, Faculty of Medicine, CUHK
Director, Echocardiography Laboratory, Prince of Wales Hospital

Dr. Mak Dun-Ping Arthur
Assistant Professor (Clinical), Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, CUHK

 

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