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Help This Mother Of Three Young Children To Fight Blood Cancer

26-year-old Meenakshi felt dizzy and fell unconscious. She was rushed to the hospital where she was unresponsive for a while. After tests and several consults, she was diagnosed with blood cancer. Meenakshi needs a bone marrow transplant to survive this disease.

Meenakshi comes from Thiruvannamalai where she lives with her husband, Babu and three young children ages 6, 4 and 2.  Babu works in a flower shop earning Rs. 100-300/day to support his family that includes his elderly parents.

The family cannot afford the surgery that can save Meenakshi's life. The cost estimated is Rs. 20 Lakhs, and Babu is out of options to arrange for this kind of money as he is struggling to manage day-to-day expenses.

Your contribution would help three little children from losing their mother, and a young woman live a long life.

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8th August 2017
Dear Supporters,

Meenakshi is doing good now. She has successfully undergone the bone marrow transplant and is slowly recovering. She is still under observation but the doctors suggest that she will be discharged by the end of this week if the results of the test come back normal.

Thank you for the overwhelming love and support. Your support and blessings have given Meenakshi another chance which otherwise would not have been possible.

Thank you once again.

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Rs.6,025
raised of Rs.30,000 goal

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Payment options: Online, cheque pickups

Beneficiary: Meenakshi info_outline

Supporters (4)

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Tanuj donated Rs.500
Govindraj
Govindraj donated Rs.2,500

May lord krishna bless you

rohan
rohan donated $25
Jagadish
Jagadish donated Rs.1,400

May God bless Mrs. Revathi... Stay strong keep fighting .. you will get through this