Together we are victorious!

Support the fight against leukemia and other serious diseases in children. Let’s build a brighter future for our children. Every contribution helps us bring smiles and hope to afflicted families, offering them the necessary support in their tireless fight for health and healing.

How can I help?

Our Mission

Theoris Association dedicates its efforts to alleviate the suffering in the lives of children affected by leukemia and other serious illnesses, and their families. Inspired by the fight of our courageous daughter, Theoris, we commit to supporting not just our case, but also other families facing such challenges. Having gone through this situation, we know very well what parents whose children are afflicted by illness feel, and every contribution helps us bring hope and smiles where uncertainty reigns.

She is Theoris Darya

Theoris Darya Ioana

Theoris, our courage and hope, was diagnosed at just one year and four months old with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, being classified in the High Risk category. Despite the relentless struggle, the illness has relapsed during treatment, and now we are facing a new challenge: we are preparing for a crucial bone marrow transplant procedure. Her story continues to be a source of inspiration and hope in the fight for life.

Theoris Darya Ioana
Theoris Darya Ioana - Asociatia Theoris

How did you discover Theoris's illness?

The discovery of Theoris’s illness was purely accidental. One day, when we went for a medical check-up for her brother who had a cold, we decided to have her blood tests done as well, even though she didn’t have any symptoms. The results revealed that she had leukemia. This experience taught us how crucial it is to have regular check-ups for children, even if they entail certain costs. We urge all parents not to neglect these essential check-ups for the health of their children.

What is leukemia?

Leukemia is a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow, characterized by the abnormal and uncontrolled production of white blood cells. These abnormal cells can interfere with the normal functions of the blood, such as fighting infections and clotting.

Is leukemia curable?

Yes, leukemia can be cured. The chances of cure depend on the type of leukemia, the stage of the disease, the patient’s age, and other individual factors. Treatments include chemotherapy, immunotherapy, radiation therapy, and bone marrow transplant.

What are the costs?

The costs of leukemia treatment vary considerably depending on the type and duration of treatment, location, need for hospitalization, and other supportive treatments. These may include costs for medications, procedures, ongoing medical care, and possible post-treatment therapies.

If I know a case, how can you help?

If you know someone affected by leukemia, Theoris Association provides support and guidance for patients and their families. We can help with information about treatment, access to resources, and practical advice. We also provide emotional support and connect families with services and support communities.