Iseek Cultural Center is a public welfare organization initiated by patients with PAH (pulmonary artery hypertension), which aims to provide support and service for people with invisible disabilities as PAH.
People who see Zhang Xiaohua’s photo can not help but say, “Why are her lips and fingers so purple”?
Zhang Xiaohua is a PAH patient. She had not received any standard treatment, because her family is poor and she has a father who is sick in bed. At the end of 2012, her condition became worse. She had serious shortness of breath and often fainted, both signs of heart failure.
Fortunately, starting in February Zhang Xiaohua began to accept targeted treatment, taking 6534 RMB of medicine every month with the help of loving people. Part of her medicine was donated by Iseek.
On May 5th, Zhang Xiaohua participated in World PAH Day activities and she met the delegation of donors who had donated 40,000 RMB for her.
An oxygen generator supplier provided an oxygen generator for us at the meeting. The supplier also decided to donate an oxygen generator and a pulse oximeter to Zhang Xiaohua.
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