After Their Father's Abandonment, Brother Struggles To Save Fardin | Milaap
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After Their Father's Abandonment, Brother Struggles To Save Fardin
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    from Bangalore, Karnataka

12-year-old Fardin, brother of Asif Mahammad, was diagnosed with a severe heart disease called Aortic Stenosis

What is Aortic Stenosis (AS)
AS occurs when your aortic valve does not open as it should. This makes your heart work harder to pump blood through your body. This affects your health and limits your normal daily activities. if not treated on an urgent basis it can become life-threatening as well.

Fardin has been advised to undergo an Open Heart surgery at the earliest. The total cost of the surgery is around 3 lakh Rs.
Fardin used to be a jovial, energetic child who enjoyed going to school and playing with his friends. However, he was diagnosed with heart disease a few years ago, and little Fardin hasn't been the same since. Fardin is now forced to let go of his childhood, and spend his days at the hospital instead.  If not treated immediately, Fardin will not survive for long.
He Was Abandoned By The Father When He Was Only A Child

23-year-old Arif is the only earning member of the family. The family was abandoned by the father a few years ago. Arif works extra hard so his family never feels the emptiness that his father's abandonment has caused. The family does not have the funds to pay for the treatment and need our help.

“Our father didn’t even come to see him in the hospital. Fardin’s condition is so serious, but he doesn’t seem to care. This upsets me and my mother very much. Fardin is only a child, he doesn’t deserve this along with the pain he has to go through every day.”

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