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They Lost Their Son To An Unknown Disease Now Can Lose Their Daughter

Every time someone gives Aliva a gift, she says, she wants two of those - one for herself and one for her little brother, Anshuman. She looks at her mother, Pragya and says, “I can give it to him when I meet him next.” The 10-year-old doesn’t know that her brother is no more.
 
“We told her that he is in a boarding school. She misses him dearly. But we can’t tell her the truth yet. She is fighting blood cancer and is going through a lot. If we tell her about Anshuman now, she will be heartbroken. I don’t think she will be able to recover from that…” - Pragya, mother.

We were supposed to go back home when the doctor told us that Aliva’s cancer was back

Aliva has been in the clutches of cancer since 2016. Last year, July, when her parents were all ready to take Aliva home, she became critical. Tests showed that her cancer was back.

“Why does it have to be so tough for her, for us? Haven’t we gone through enough? Last year, we lost our son to a mysterious fever. In just one day everything was over. And now Aliva’s cancer is back - only a bone marrow transplant can save her now.” - Ashok, father.  

She fights with the doctor every day - she hates staying in the hospital

Cancer has snatched away Aliva’s childhood. She has been confined to the four walls of the hospital for so long now. The medicines make her groggy and irritable. Every time the doctor comes to check on her, she gets into a fight with him. She misses home and wants to get back.  

An old photo of the happy family

“We hate seeing her like this. Her smile has disappeared, she is no longer the same. Always in pain, she hardly talks to us now. The only thought that keeps her going is that of her brother and home. But…” - Pragya, mother.  

Despite having a job, Ashok can’t go to work regularly

“I am scared to leave Pragya alone with Aliva. What if Aliva gets serious all of a sudden...I need to be there for her. I go to work only two days a week. The salary I get is also very less. It is in no way enough to arrange 45 lakhs needed for her transplant.” - Ashok.

Ashok has spent over 30 lakhs in the last few years for Aliva’s treatment. He is under a huge debt. The only way he can save his daughter’s life is with your generous contribution.


Estimation letter
Estimation letter
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14th November 2019
Dear Supporters,

I would like to inform you that Aliva has successfully undergone her third stage of chemotherapy on 7th-10th November. The doctors have identified 3 potential donors and are yet to conduct the pre-surgery checkups.

The tentative date for the Bone Marrow Transplant has been fixed for the last week of November and we will keep you updated about the same once the same has been finalised.

We thank you all for your constant support and contributions which helped us save Aliva in a big way. Please keep her in your thoughts and please keep supporting her.

Regards,
Ashok Rout
(Father)
Dear Supporters,

I would like to inform you that Aliva has successfully undergone her third stage of chemotherapy on 7th-10th November. The doctors have identified 3 potential donors and are yet to conduct the pre-surgery checkups.

The tentative date for the Bone Marrow Transplant has been fixed for the last week of November and we will keep you updated about the same once the same has been finalised.

We thank you all for your constant support and contributions which helped us save Aliva in a big way. Please keep her in your thoughts and please keep supporting her.

Regards,
Ashok Rout
(Father)
6th November 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for all the support and prayers

We started chemotherapy for Aliva in July and she successfully completed 2 cycles of chemotherapy. There has been an improvement in her health since we started her treatment. The doctor has said that the cancer cells have reduced in her body. The third cycle will be completed sometime next week. She’s been suffering from side effects of the chemo, her cell count reduced to a point where she had a high fever and we had to give her a cell booster.

The doctor said we will have to conduct the bone marrow transplant after the 3rd cycle ends and we are still at the point of arranging funds. Please pray for Aliva’s speedy recovery and continue to support her in her fight. We would really appreciate it if you would help by sharing the campaign so that we may reach our goal faster.

Thank You.

Regards,
Ashok
(Father)
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for all the support and prayers

We started chemotherapy for Aliva in July and she successfully completed 2 cycles of chemotherapy. There has been an improvement in her health since we started her treatment. The doctor has said that the cancer cells have reduced in her body. The third cycle will be completed sometime next week. She’s been suffering from side effects of the chemo, her cell count reduced to a point where she had a high fever and we had to give her a cell booster.

The doctor said we will have to conduct the bone marrow transplant after the 3rd cycle ends and we are still at the point of arranging funds. Please pray for Aliva’s speedy recovery and continue to support her in her fight. We would really appreciate it if you would help by sharing the campaign so that we may reach our goal faster.

Thank You.

Regards,
Ashok
(Father)
Rs.1,431,684 raised

Goal: Rs.4,500,000

Beneficiary: Aliva Rout info_outline

Supporters (887)

RK
Rajesh donated $50
A
Anonymous donated 100 د.إ
Ajit
Ajit donated 1,000 د.إ
Ss
Sudhir donated $20
SJ
Sergin donated $100
J
Jegadeesh donated $25

Bounce back well Aliva, may God bless you and your family...