The minor remains admitted to a hospital in Bali fighting severe autoimmune hemolytic anemia caused by reasons that are still unknown In Indonesia, health is paid, so that the family has already accumulated an expense of more than 6,000 euros sufficient resources to return to Spain in a medicalized plane and that can provide adequate treatment Two young Canarians, Sonia and Iban, are in Bali with their son Mateo, sick with severe anemia at only one year and nine months. The minor remains admitted to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at the Sanglah Hospital in Denpasar, Bali, fighting severe autoimmune hemolytic anemia caused by reasons that are still unknown, according to the family on social networks. receiving frequent blood transfusions because their hemoglobin levels are lower than normal. In Indonesia, health is private, so that the family has already accumulated an expense of more than 6,000 euros and for this reason they have mobilized a campaign on social networks to make their son’s illness visible and raise funds. The objective is to obtain the resources enough to return to Spain on a medicalized plane and that can provide adequate treatment that they do not have in Indonesia. The little boy’s parents narrate Mateo’s evolution: “He had a hemoglobin value of 4 (severe anemia) which, according to the opinions of pediatrician friends in Spain, are conditions for direct admission to the ICU.” For the time being, the delicate state of health de Mateo makes his transfer to Spain difficult because the minor cannot go more than 48 hours without receiving a blood transfusion and the times between receiving treatment and the flight should be coordinated.”We need your help to be able to echo this situation and that the Government, the embassy and people with influence help us by doing their bit, so that together we can bring Mateo back to Spain and treat him as he needs,” the family says in its latest publication.