CAN YOU HELP TO SAVE HIS/HER LIFE ?
"Our house was filled with laughter and joy on Feb 26, 2018. It was my son, Vansh's 3rd birthday. We were really happy as we had brought a drum for Vansh as a gift which he always wanted. After his 3rd birthday, he started getting regular fever and swelling on body. We did tests and doctors said that he was suffering from Acute Lymphoblastic leukemia. We did chemotherapy and other treatments and he was feeling good. Later, in January 2019 he started getting fever and swelling again and we did further tests and consulted doctor and found out that his cancer has relapsed. Our life had come to stand still as our son had got relapsed cancer. As we came out of the doctor's cabin, I saw Vansh sitting in a corner, crying. He had overheard our conversation with the doctor. “Papa, I don't want to die,” he told me. My heart broke. “I will not let anything happen to you. I promise,”. Our son's treatment was started soon after. My baby underwent two painful rounds of chemotherapy that took away all his energy. He has turned extremely weak and keeps wailing in pain. “I don't want to stay here, Papa. Please take me home,” he cries. He longs to go back home, to his school, and play with his friends, but I can't do anything to help him. Doctors have suggested Bone marrow transplant to cure his disease completely but the treatment cost is Rs. 33 lakhs which is a huge amount for us. On the other hand, ever since Vansh's disease has been diagnosed, I haven't taken a day off from work. I keep working multiple shifts just to be able to fund his treatment. I don't even get much time to spend with my son. All we need right now is his well-being, but his health is only deteriorating with each day. He hardly smiles now and doesn't even want to see his drums. He is slowly losing all hope. Cancer has taken away all his dreams and ambitions. Now, he just keeps lying on his bed quietly. We'll lose our son if he doesn't get BMT urgently. We have exhausted all our funds and have no way to fund his treatment any further. We desperately need your help to save our dying child. In this desperate time we approached CARF and they are supporting us to fund our son's treatment. We request the help of all generous people to save my son. Please help us."