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I am fundraising to help_Save the life of baby_Stem_Cell_Transplantaion_Thalasemmia Major

Why am I fundraising?

Save the life of  little Girl:Thalasemmia Major:Bone Marrow Stem cell Transplantation :Require 30 lakhs fund:Two major consequences of the genetic defect of thalassemia are severe anemia and expansion of the bone marrow in the body’s effort to produce more red blood cells. This leads to poor growth, impaired physical activities, facial and other bone deformities, fragile bones and enlargement of the liver and spleen. If left untreated, it will lead to death within the first decade of life.

What do I plan to do with the funds?

I seek your help in saving my brother's four year old daughter who is diagnosed with THALASSEMIA MAJOR.
She needs STEM CELLS TRANSPLANTATION immediately.
My brother is an auto driver in a tiny village called "Solar" near Erode who belong to lower middle class family.
It is only with the help of philanthropic persons like you, we can meet the huge expenses and save our lovable little girl.
We seek your help - however small it is, it will be a moral support for us.

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28th September 2016
Dear Supporters,

I am Uthra Nagarajan, an Open Fellow with Milaap. I got a chance to interact with Diyasree and her mother recently. The family resides at Solar, Erode in Tamil Nadu. Six-year-old Diyasree’s excited voice reached me over the phone when I called her residence. After telling me her day was going superb, she returned to play with her toys.


Diyasree’s daily routine is now a happy one. She goes to school, returns, eats and plays with her brother, does her homework, and goes to sleep. “She even cycles in the evening for two hours,” Usha, Diyasree’s mother said proudly. “She loves to cycle around the neighbourhood and enjoys her time outside.”  


Diyasree has attained almost full recovery from her surgery last year. She takes 11 medication a day and has her usual check-up once in 45 days. Her next check-up is on October 20, 2016. Diyasree’s father, a driver, and her mother Usha, a homemaker, are grateful that Diyasree’s health is speedily progressing as the days go by.
 

Dear Supporters,

I am Uthra Nagarajan, an Open Fellow with Milaap. I got a chance to interact with Diyasree and her mother recently. The family resides at Solar, Erode in Tamil Nadu. Six-year-old Diyasree’s excited voice reached me over the phone when I called her residence. After telling me her day was going superb, she returned to play with her toys.


Diyasree’s daily routine is now a happy one. She goes to school, returns, eats and plays with her brother, does her homework, and goes to sleep. “She even cycles in the evening for two hours,” Usha, Diyasree’s mother said proudly. “She loves to cycle around the neighbourhood and enjoys her time outside.”  


Diyasree has attained almost full recovery from her surgery last year. She takes 11 medication a day and has her usual check-up once in 45 days. Her next check-up is on October 20, 2016. Diyasree’s father, a driver, and her mother Usha, a homemaker, are grateful that Diyasree’s health is speedily progressing as the days go by.
 

22nd April 2016
Dear Supporter,

We have great news to share. Diyasree is showing good progress. We spoke to Diyasree's aunt, Nithya and here's an update from her

Dear All,

Diyasree completed 6 months after her transplant. She is making good progress. She was under observation all these months and still visits the hospital regularly. He had some rashes and mild reactions at times after the transplant as her body was adjusting to the new blood cells developing.

Diya has put on some weight due to the medications. But her parents are happy that they can see her free from the disease. One day, we were surprised to hear this from her:

(Translated into English)
 "Actually, I feel happy nowadays. I don't have to be in pain from blood transfusions. I used to stop crying those days because amma was feeling sad. It was really painful. Now I am happier."

I felt our Diya has grown up all of a sudden when we heard these words. I cannot explain how happy our family is now. Few months ago, we were worried that we will lose our Diya. Now we are planning on her education and life ahead. We are grateful to you forever.

Diya will be visiting the hospital  regularly for checkups. We will share more updates soon. The photo below was taken when she visited me last time. She insisted I keep the photo as my mobile wallpaper and I did.



Dear Supporter,

We have great news to share. Diyasree is showing good progress. We spoke to Diyasree's aunt, Nithya and here's an update from her

Dear All,

Diyasree completed 6 months after her transplant. She is making good progress. She was under observation all these months and still visits the hospital regularly. He had some rashes and mild reactions at times after the transplant as her body was adjusting to the new blood cells developing.

Diya has put on some weight due to the medications. But her parents are happy that they can see her free from the disease. One day, we were surprised to hear this from her:

(Translated into English)
 "Actually, I feel happy nowadays. I don't have to be in pain from blood transfusions. I used to stop crying those days because amma was feeling sad. It was really painful. Now I am happier."

I felt our Diya has grown up all of a sudden when we heard these words. I cannot explain how happy our family is now. Few months ago, we were worried that we will lose our Diya. Now we are planning on her education and life ahead. We are grateful to you forever.

Diya will be visiting the hospital  regularly for checkups. We will share more updates soon. The photo below was taken when she visited me last time. She insisted I keep the photo as my mobile wallpaper and I did.



16th October 2015
Dear Supporter,  

Diyasree's chemotherapy  treatment was  completed. We are glad to inform you that Milaap transferred the funds directly towards receiving the stem cells and the very next day the Bone marrow, received from German Donor was successfully transplanted to her. She was under observation for a few days. Thanks a lot for your  prayers and support. We will keep you informed on further updates.  

She is out of hospital now and has to visit the doctor everyday for checkups. She is also taking healthy food. The stem cells were accepted by her body and there's good improvement.

This Diwali is very special for us. Thank you all. With your support Diyasree will start a new life. I believe this news will bring you joy this Diwali. Please pray for her.

Warm  Regards,
Diyasree's Family
Dear Supporter,  

Diyasree's chemotherapy  treatment was  completed. We are glad to inform you that Milaap transferred the funds directly towards receiving the stem cells and the very next day the Bone marrow, received from German Donor was successfully transplanted to her. She was under observation for a few days. Thanks a lot for your  prayers and support. We will keep you informed on further updates.  

She is out of hospital now and has to visit the doctor everyday for checkups. She is also taking healthy food. The stem cells were accepted by her body and there's good improvement.

This Diwali is very special for us. Thank you all. With your support Diyasree will start a new life. I believe this news will bring you joy this Diwali. Please pray for her.

Warm  Regards,
Diyasree's Family
Rs.1,885,245
raised of Rs.2,300,000 goal

914 Supporters

Supporters (914)

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Anonymous donated Rs.2,000
A
Anonymous donated Rs.2,000

God bless you . Get well soon 😘

PANKAJ
PANKAJ donated Rs.500
A
Anonymous donated Rs.2,000
prabakaran
prabakaran donated Rs.500

Get well soon...

SG
Snigdha donated US $100

I hope and pray that she gets well soon