Six-month-old Arslan operated in Turkey, his Condition currently stable

Six-month-old Arslan Kulacic, who arrived yesterday morning in Istanbul Acibadem clinic, has been successfully operated, and his current condition is stable.

“We have to wait for the next 24 hours and track his condition. Arslan’s mother thanked you all for the support. She is currently not alone, there are a number of people beside her, and Sabahudin, who is currently on a trip, still did not arrive. Once again, thank you all for messages full of support, calls and everything else that you’ve shown to Arslan and his family, “ the administrator of the page ‘Pomozimo Arslanu da zivi’ wrote.

We recall, Arslan was diagnosed with brain tumor at birth and was operated at University Clinical Center (UKC) Tuzla. Unfortunately, the tumor has returned. Treatment in Turkey would last 18 months, and the cost of therapy is 133.000 euros, plus costs for additional examinations, blood tests or other interventions, and also transportation to Turkey.

Thanks to the good people involved in getting the money for treatment as soon as possible, Arslan was taken to the airport yesterday in the morning, where the hospital airplane from Turkey was ready for him, by which he arrived to the clinic together with his mother Amira. His parents published videos on Facebook, where they thanked in tears to all the good people who helped to realize all of this so soon.

If you are able to help financially in the treatment of little Arslan, you can do it by making payments to the following accounts:

Payments from BiH:

Sparkasse Bank dd BiH

Sabahudin Kulacic



Payments from abroad:


Sparkasse Bank DD BiH

Zmaja od Bosne 7


BENEFICIARY: BA39 1994 6260 5428 2825

Sabahudin Kulacic

Hase bega Huseinovica 1G 72220 Nemila-Zenica






You can also help by making payments to the “GoFundMe” site at the following link:


By calling number 17006 you donate 2 BAM for Arslan’s treatment. The number is active for all operators.

All information about Arslan’s health condition can be found on Facebook page: “Pomozimo Arslanu da zivi”.


(Source: klix.ba/Photo: radiosarajevo.ba)

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