Help 5-Year-Old Prabhas Fight High Risk Neuroblastoma Cancer | Milaap
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Help 5-Year-Old Prabhas Fight High Risk Neuroblastoma Cancer
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  • Deep

    Created by

    Deep Sen
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Prabhas Duwal

    from New Delhi, Delhi

Help 5 year old Prabhas fight against High Risk Neuroblastoma Cancer
5-year-old Prabhas is an active little boy when his pain is not overpowering him. He has a crippling fear of injections when anybody approaches and talks to him. His pain is evident on his face when he tries to move around or lie down. He has been diagnosed with High Risk Neuroblastoma Cancer Stage IV Disease.

It was 3 and half months back, when Prabhas was suffering from fatigue, loss of appetite and continuous swelling in stomach which has brought to serious concern. He has been consulted to doctor, doctor have given medicine for initial 5 days with the saying that it is normal Gastric pain everything will be fine, but the situation was still one and the same (hardly any improvement was seen). Then he was consulted to other doctor he also said the same thing and given medicine for few days (again no improvement was found).

After that Prabhas has been taken to another hospital where the doctor has prescribed for medical test and ultrasound then this severe case of CANCER at stage IV was detected which was beyond imagination for his parents and it was hard to except that little child looks normal and happy from outside, but he is slowly succumbing to this disease on the inside. Then it was advised by doctors to take him to Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, New Delhi, it is government hospital where he will get right treatment in least cost.

Prabhas’s parents have travelled all the way from Nepal to India with the hope to get right treatment for their child. After proper medical checkup and consultation at Hospital Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, New Delhi. The family got to know that it is private hospital and the cost of treatment is too huge. They were not in a financial position to arrange the funds and bear the cost of treatment. This has put Prabhas life at risk. He needs our valuable support to stay alive.

In order to control the disease, the doctors have prescribed Chemotherapy, Surgery, Autologous Stem Cell Transplant and Radiotherapy and it’s a continuous treatment of 1 year with an estimation cost of round 10 Lakh. Prabhas is undergoing an initial phase of treatment from Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre from past two months. He has been kept under keen observation.

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