Oraz is a 10-year old from Kazakhstan. He first began feeling unwell in early 2017. Unfortunately, local doctors failed to diagnose him correctly, and misdiagnosed him with tuberculosis. Oraz had two surgeries on his lymph nodes, but his disease continued to return. Finally, Oraz’s parents asked for a second opinion in Moscow. The correct diagnosis turned out to be acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a type of common childhood blood cancer. Fearing for Oraz’s life and being apprehensive about receiving treatment in Kazakhstan, his parents decided to seek treatment abroad and went to South Korea. The diagnosis of leukemia was confirmed there and Oraz began treatment. However, it will be very lengthy and costly. Oraz’s family raised approximately 1/2 of needed amount, and they need our help.