Help Sanjit fight Cancer

47-year-old Sanjit has cancer in his colon and it is at risk of spreading fast. He requires undergoing an expensive immunotherapy to survive. Unmarried and living with his aging parents, Sanjit and his family have liquidated all of their savings. Looking for help from all possible quarters, Sanjit family is desperate to save their eldest son.

A Grim Diagnosis

In April 2017, Sanjit started experiencing some discomfort in his stomach. He went to a local doctor who, in turn, recommended complete body check-up along with an ultrasound. Upon finding the presence of water in his stomach, the doctors conducted a colonoscopy, only to find a tumor in his colon.  

"We didn't waste any time, we immediately gave a go-ahead for the chemotherapy. Despite everything, his condition kept getting worse. Over course of the hospital stay, his cancer began spreading to different parts of his body. After realizing that his condition isn't likely to get any better at Apollo, we recently shifted him to Max hospital. It's just, I feel, that we are nine months late in doing this", says his brother.



After shifting him to Max Hospital, the doctors here recommended immunotherapy -- a treatment that is mostly at an experimental stage in India. Although expensive, it the best shot Sanjit has at containing his cancer and thereby eliminating it. As of now though, the doctors have started with slow chemotherapy to gauge his body's reaction to the centralized treatment

While happily settled until a year back, both Sanjit and his younger brother have no source of income at present. So far, they have spent close to Rs 60 lakh on his treatment and are expected to arrange for more Rs 25 lakhs. They have liquidated all of their saving and have nothing left now.



"My brother has been sick for past nine months. He did not marry and has only our parents to look after him. But they are also old and unable to extend the care required for a cancer patient. For quite some time, my brother was put on a liquid diet as he couldn't stomach the solid food. Even today he requires a person's support to use the bathroom. 

How Can You Help?
 
Sanjit has largely led a lonely life. He has worked hard and been a good son to his now aging parents. He deserves a life that is not shrouded in pain and suffering. In order to survive, he needs to undergo a treatment that is prolonged and expensive. Even your smallest contribution can be of immense help to him.

Funds raised through this fundraiser will go towards his treatment.


Treatment Estimate from Max Hospital for further treatment
Treatment Estimate from Max Hospital for further treatment
COLONOSCOPY REPORT (WITH TUMOR)
COLONOSCOPY REPORT (WITH TUMOR)
DISCHARGE SUMMARY PG 1-4TH JUNE 2017
DISCHARGE SUMMARY PG 1-4TH JUNE 2017
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BIOPSY - STOMACH -PG1
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DISCHARGE SUMMARY PG 2-4TH JUNE 2017
DISCHARGE SUMMARY PG 2-4TH JUNE 2017
DISCHARGE SUMMARY P3-4TH JUNE 2017
DISCHARGE SUMMARY P3-4TH JUNE 2017
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13th February 2018
Dear Friends,

Wishing you all a very Happy Shivratri 2018.

With regards to my update: I had a bit of low for the last few days, as I had contracted low-grade pneumonia and was briefly in ICU.I have recovered well and now in a hospital room.

This disease has its permutation and combination, as each day it treats the patient differently.With your support and prayers, I am "soldering" on with my battle with cancer.I am taking a few days break to recuperate and will start on my new biological drugs regime, as advised by the doctor.

Please do keep me in your heart and prayers and a special prayer from my side goes out to all of you, for the lord to bestow you all with love, happiness and wealth and most importantly, good health for you and your family:)

Thank you all!

Regards
Sanjit Mathur

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Rs.995,527
raised of Rs.5,000,000 goal

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Supporters (154)

JB
Jayesh donated Rs.30,000

Get well soon Sanjit.

P
Padma donated Rs.2,500
S
SHRIKANTH donated Rs.1,000
A
Anonymous donated Rs.500

Get wall soon

DN
D donated Rs.1,000

Wish you speedy recovery

SS
Sukesh donated Rs.2,500

Get well soon buddy