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23rd May 2017
Dear supporters,

I am Debotri, a fellow at Milaap. Just now Syeda's mother called me up to inform about her daughter.

Syeda was supposed to come to the hospital for a follow-up and few injections. However, things go really critical since yesterday. She was admitted to Narayana Hrudralaya yesterday. Currently, she is having serious mouth and throat infections and high fever. These are all the side effects of the chemotherapy. Syeda is unable to eat anything since she is vomiting whatever she is eating.

Donors, please pray for her speedy recovery. She is too small to undergo such complications.

Thank you, donors. We will keep you posted on her progress.

Team Milaap

Dear supporters,

I am Debotri, a fellow at Milaap. Just now Syeda's mother called me up to inform about her daughter.

Syeda was supposed to come to the hospital for a follow-up and few injections. However, things go really critical since yesterday. She was admitted to Narayana Hrudralaya yesterday. Currently, she is having serious mouth and throat infections and high fever. These are all the side effects of the chemotherapy. Syeda is unable to eat anything since she is vomiting whatever she is eating.

Donors, please pray for her speedy recovery. She is too small to undergo such complications.

Thank you, donors. We will keep you posted on her progress.

Team Milaap

22nd May 2017
Dear supporters,

I am Debotri, a fellow at Milaap. Here is an update on Syeda's health.

I spoke to Syeda mother, Hajira on Saturday. "My baby underwent the two cycles of chemotherapy. After the first cycle, things went on a toss. She suffered a lot- fever, vomiting, allergy. But now she has improved a bit. Many thanks to all the donors who came forward to help my child", said the wailing mother.

"I want to go back home", is the only Syeda keeps on chanting like a prayer. She was admitted to the hospital for the past 7 days and will get discharged. The very thought of Syeda going back home brought immense smile and happiness. However, after 2 days, she needs to come to the hospital for some injection.

Mr Ahmed, an employee in garment shop, finds it extremely difficult to arrange money for the treatment. "My daughter is too small to bear all these complications. Her Bone Marrow Transplant date has not been scheduled, however, it is the only ray of hope. Neither my wife nor I can be her donors. We will now have to struggle to her closest donor", the father said.

We want to thank you in the biggest way possible. Your support and contribution will never be forgotten. Please share her story and help her to fight the battle. We will keep you posted on her progress.

Team Milaap
Dear supporters,

I am Debotri, a fellow at Milaap. Here is an update on Syeda's health.

I spoke to Syeda mother, Hajira on Saturday. "My baby underwent the two cycles of chemotherapy. After the first cycle, things went on a toss. She suffered a lot- fever, vomiting, allergy. But now she has improved a bit. Many thanks to all the donors who came forward to help my child", said the wailing mother.

"I want to go back home", is the only Syeda keeps on chanting like a prayer. She was admitted to the hospital for the past 7 days and will get discharged. The very thought of Syeda going back home brought immense smile and happiness. However, after 2 days, she needs to come to the hospital for some injection.

Mr Ahmed, an employee in garment shop, finds it extremely difficult to arrange money for the treatment. "My daughter is too small to bear all these complications. Her Bone Marrow Transplant date has not been scheduled, however, it is the only ray of hope. Neither my wife nor I can be her donors. We will now have to struggle to her closest donor", the father said.

We want to thank you in the biggest way possible. Your support and contribution will never be forgotten. Please share her story and help her to fight the battle. We will keep you posted on her progress.

Team Milaap