Help Baby Saanvi raise funds to get stem cell transplantation | Milaap
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Help Baby Saanvi raise funds to get stem cell transplantation
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Raised
Rs.2,100
of Rs.3,000,000
3 supporters
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    Created by

    srivastavamayankkumar
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Saanvi Srivastava

    from Delhi

Dear Angels, 

I have often believed that the true meaning of a women's life can only be served upon becoming a mother. Thanks to the grace of the almighty I was fortunate to give a sweet, cute and everyone's angel; Saanvi . Never did I know that life could be as blissful as the time spent with Saanvi meant to me. 
Unfortunately our happiness was short lived when we were informed of Saanvi being a Thalassaemia major and what hurt even more, the little girl was all of 3 months(Discharge summary attached). 
Ever since being diagnosed with Thalassaemia my daughter is surviving on blood transfusions. The interval for a blood transfusion is generally 21 days and quite frequently we are advised to do a blood transfusion in 2 weeks(Medical bills attached). 
My husband works in a private firm in the procurement division and struggles to make ends meet while also taking care of the little girl's health. Till date, we have spent around 1.5 lakh rupees for her treatment. One of the major downsides of continuous blood transfusion cannot be undermined and the doctors have advised that a stem cell transplantation be the best solution to Saanvi being able to live a normal life. 
The estimated cost of the treatment is about 35 lakh Rupees. While the love for our child in unending our financial capability is meagre and not in a place to support an expensive treatment like stem cell transplantation. With the almighty in mind and deep respect to humanity, request you to kindly be a helping hand in ensuring that Saanvi gets a stem cell transplantation.

Thank You
Prachi Srivasastava

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