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2-year-old Arfath is suffering and needs a Bone Marrow Trasnplant

Since he was born, Arfath has been suffering from a severe blood disease called Thalassemia. The disease has made him very weak and now his condition has become very severe.

What is Thalassemia?
Thalassemia is a disease of the blood where there is increased destruction of the blood cells. Since such a patient does not have an adequate number of blood cells, they suffer from anaemia, which makes them extremely weak, dizzy and lightheaded. It can also cause an enlarged spleen and a damaged liver. It even breaks down the immunity and causes jaundice.  

Arfath has been suffering from this disease for the last two years and is in chronic pain with a persistent loss of appetite. He has been undergoing a number of blood transfusions in order to treat his condition but that can be equally dangerous as it causes an overload of iron in the body which can become life-threatening.

Arfath is unable to eat any food because he is always in pain. While the spleen is destroying his blood cells, his liver is also getting affected. Now, he is vulnerable to jaundice and liver injury. Arfath’s belly is swollen, and the pain from that is unbearable.

The only solution for Arfath now is to undergo a bone marrow transplant in order to recover from his disease.

The total cost for the bone marrow transplant and treatment is around 24 lakhs. His father, Maqbool, only earns 6000 INR a month and does not have the funds to save his son.

However, this is not where the story ends. Arfath has an older brother, Ayaan, who is suffering from the same disease and he too is in a severe state and in dire need of a bone marrow transplant as well.
Both Arfath and Ayaan have Thalassemia

 Maqbool does not have the funds to save either of his children and needs our help urgently. Your contribution can save Arfath. 

"I am a farmer. I make Rs. 300/day. I need to save two sons. We never knew such diseases existed.We never understood these harsh truths. Now, to save our little boys, we must pay Rs. 24 lakhs towards each of their bone marrow transplants".
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30th November 2017
Hi everyone,
Thank you for your contributions! The target amount is still a long way to go, but small steps are paving the way to success. We met Arfath in our office today. His father told us that he had to receive another blood transfusion just a few days ago. Without this, Arfath, otherwise an extremely happy and playful child, is suffering from pain, is unable to eat and is irritable.

Arfath's parents, unfortunately are not a match for Bone Marrow Transplantation. Two potential donors from his family have been identified and are undergoing tests at the moment to determine whether they are a fit. We'll keep you posted.

Dr. Ravuri Niranjan.
CEO, Caremotto
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Nitin donated Rs.1,000
10 months ago