WASHINGTON and BERLIN, Feb. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- President Obama and Chancellor Merkel, "I don't want to die now!" is the urgent plea to two world-leaders from a child who will die without immediate medical intervention and protection. Ariana-Leilani King-Pfeiffer, a seven year old American and German citizen (with only a German passport) looks like any child. Yet she is very ill with a life-threatening very rare blood disorder called Severe Chronic Neutropenia. She is one of only 1300 people in the world in the last 16 years who are on the Severe Chronic Neutropenia International Registry located in partner countries of the USA and Germany.
The Co-Directors, Prof. Dr. Dale (USA) and Prof. Dr. Karl Welte (Germany) of the Severe Chronic Neutropenia Registry have once again urgently written the Germany Embassy in the USA and the US Department of State for intervention to save the life of Ariana-Leilani. Prof. Welte, the founder of GCSF medicine for the treatment of severe chronic neutropenia, had written with evaluation of all of the medical records, the illness is likely "induced by toxins" / drugs. While Prof. Dale wrote, without GCSF medicine there is a high probability of "toxic shock, loss of life or loss of limbs."
Ariana-Leilani's death is assured, without the lifesaving medicine and a full medical investigation into its root cause. Yet she is denied both by her father, Dr. Michael H. Pfeiffer, from Bayreuth, Germany. He has refused The German Embassy's request to voluntarily allow life-saving medicine and an independent full medical exam.
The Washington, DC Child Protection Agency in the USA is currently under Federal Court monitor for its failure to assist neglected and abused children. Since their failure, to Ariana-Leilani, several International Organizations have requested intervention, including Innocence in Danger International and the United Nations Special Rapporteur, Ms. Najat M'jid Maalla, on Sale of Children, Child Prostitution, and Child Pornography have sent urgent communications to both the German Embassy led Ambassador Klaus Scharioth by and the US State Department led by Secretary Hillary Clinton.
President Obama and Chancellor Merkel, a child, who is a citizen of both your powerful and leader countries to save her life. Little Ambassador, Ariana-Leilani who has met with by Nobel Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu stated "We must act now for the sake of our children, they are our future. Every child has a right to live."
SOURCE Ariana-Leilani Children's Foundation International