Help Manikanta, a 7-year old boy, survive a liver tranplantation

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7-year-old Manikanta has been suffering from a chronic liver disease right from when he was 3 months old. His parents are daily wage laborers who have been toiling hard every day year on year since he was born to make enough money for a liver transplant. It is the only treatment that can save his life. So far, he has been managing on medication, but now, Manikanta’s condition has deteriorated and there is no more time to procrastinate. These parents need help to save their child.
Manikanta has biliary atresia, a condition where his bile duct is obstructed causing the liver to fail. Over the years, his symptoms have gotten worse including frequent fever, vomiting, loss of appetite, swollen limbs, swelling in the abdomen, breathlessness, and weakness. He has hardly been able to keep up with school.

After diagnosis, Manikanta’s parents were advised to opt for a liver transplant. It was the cure for his disease. Lack of funds drove them to treat his symptoms and wait to pool enough money until they can get their son the care he needed.

How you can help
Manikanta’s life is in danger. He will not survive for long without this surgery. He has not lived a normal life till now. He has been on the bed for most of his life and unfortunately, the boy does not even know what is happening to him.

Your support can help this family save their little son.

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Rs.54,857
raised of Rs.1,600,000 goal

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Payment options: Online, cheque pickups

Beneficiary: A Manikanta info_outline

Supporters (21)

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Shrikanth donated Rs.1,000
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Sravan donated Rs.1,000
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Anonymous donated Rs.500
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Anonymous donated $100

Hope you recover soon

Arvind
Arvind donated $200
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Bal donated $50

Wish him swift recovery