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In this file photo, a Ukrainian grandmother holds her 22-month-old granddaughter with leukemia, Yeva Vakulenko, at a clinic in Bocheniec, Poland, on Thursday, March 17, 2022. Vakulenko is among more than 500 Ukrainian children with cancer who have been evacuated so far to a clinic in Poland. They are evaluated by doctors who then decide where they should go next for treatment. Some 200 hospitals in 28 countries are accepting the children. (AP Photo/Pawel Kuczynski)  **FILE**

In this file photo, a Ukrainian grandmother holds her 22-month-old granddaughter with leukemia, Yeva Vakulenko, at a clinic in Bocheniec, Poland, on Thursday, March 17, 2022. Vakulenko is among more than 500 Ukrainian children with cancer who have been evacuated so far to a clinic in Poland. They are evaluated by doctors who then decide where they should go next for treatment. Some 200 hospitals in 28 countries are accepting the children. (AP Photo/Pawel Kuczynski) **FILE**

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