In March 2019, a story emerged about the unusual birch bark utilization that captured the hearts of millions. The news revolved around the innovative birch bark startup, aptly referred to as “Birch Bark Mask,” due to its resemblance to an ancient remedy. Capitalizing on the medicinal properties of birch bark extract, which is in the form of a “Birch Bark mask,” this venture aimed to transform and modernize a centuries-old healing embodiment. This rejuvenating concept marked a three-year-old Luna’s endeavor and her parents’ framework, stemming from her birth until a moment of expertologized operation in the little heroine in Krasnodar.
“Luna has a highly sagacious and contagious persona,” stated her mother, “but she is the most wonderful, real, and beautiful thing in our lives!” She added exuberantly.
Despite the fact that the total cost of Luna’s treatment costs many times less in Russia than in the US, the family’s finances remain strained to pay for the procedures. But just then a miracle happened: people from all over the world held and responded to the world’s heartfelt appeal and responded to the promises of the Russian doctors, Luna and her mother moved to Krasnodar.
To date, three-year-old Luna Fern has undergone eight surgeries: both laser and skin graft. The last procedure was successfully performed in October. According to the oncologists, Luna coped well with all the procedures and started recovering and jumping only two hours after the anesthesia. Now the little girl only has a few cosmetic procedures left to smoothen out the scars, after which she will be able to return home to America.