Baby Angel was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (a type of blood cancer) just before she turned five. Millions of people live below poverty line and Baby Angel is one of them. She was diagnosed on 24th January, 2017 and the doctors have advised chemotherapy & other supportive care for which the approx. cost of treatment would be Rs. 15 lacs and the process of treatment will last for 2-3 years. This had a huge financial and emotional impact on the family. Not knowing what to do, where to go to save his child's life and to accumulate such a huge amount, her father has desperately approached us. He is doing small time petty jobs with a monthly income of approx. Rs. 2000/- and have to support 4 members in his family. This innocent child is looking forward to you and us for financial help so that she is cured, start going to school and enjoy life with other children. Let us together try our best to save baby Angel's life. Hence we earnestly appeal to all you kind hearted individuals to please donate generously towards Angel's treatment for which 15 lacs. are needed, so that her treatment is not stopped due to lack of funds.
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