In the case of Eva Krstanoska, the young girl from Pestani who died of leukaemia yesterday, the Health Insurance Fund respected all legal procedures, according to its Director, Dan Donchev. He explained on Thursday the details of the procedure. The consiliary opinion reached the Fund on 25 June. The professional service received three offers, i.e. two from Turkish hospitals and one from Italy. After 48 hours, a decision was made for the child to be sent to a Turkish hospital for treatment, which cost 145,000 euros, i.e. an amount need for chemotherapy and bone marrow transplant. However, Eva’s family chose another option. They wanted their child to be treated in Germany’s Giessen Hospital. According to Donchev, Eva’s health condition was very difficult. He doesn’t feel responsible because the legal procedures were followed.