Geetha moved close to her family where her siblings and parents could help her care for her children Raghavendra and Tanush. She got a job and started teaching English in a local engineering college. She sent her children to a good school nearby.
Slowly and carefully, Geetha had started to put her life back together. But in December 2016, Tanush came home complaining of leg pain in his left thigh. The family started their new year with the grim diagnosis that Tanush had osteosarcoma or bone cancer and he needed chemotherapy and surgery to contain the cancer.
Next week, Tanush will celebrate his eighth birthday. Raghavendra is writing his class 10 exams this month. Remaining strong is Geetha's only option. She is taking it one day at a time and doing the best she can for her sons who are her whole life.
You can help this brave, strong mother make sure her son gets the treatment he needs. Contribute now and save Tanush and show Geetha that there is hope even in the bleakest of times.