CAN YOU HELP TO SAVE HIS/HER LIFE ?

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CAN YOU HELP TO SAVE HIS/HER LIFE ?

My son Master Peter already had his heart surgery when he was one years old and now he is suffering from cancer. He had heart surgery as he had block in his valves and needed another surgery when he would be 6 years. We were just coping to his heart condition when he started complaining of stomach pain. We took him to doctor and medicines were given. Even after giving medicines the pain wasn't reducing so doctors suggested to do Sonography and other tests. It was later confirmed as Neuroblastoma. My Husband is a transport supervisor and earn just enough to take care of our family and already have spent a lot for my son's heart surgery. Now he requires more than Rs. 25 Lakhs for his treatment. We approached CARF for help and they have agreed to help us. We request your kind help to save my son's life. He is just 3 years; we can’t see him in such despair.

Goal:

Rs.2500000

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