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Help Sivabharathi get treatment for Leukemia

2-year-old Sivabharathi has been fighting cancer for the last few months. His family has been struggling to make him stay alive. With no support, he is on the verge to losing to the illness.

Sivabharathi's parents are farmers. Sivakumar and Bharathi have already spent whatever they could to help him but expenses have shot up, leaving them without help.

Sivabharathi stopped eating and came across as extremely weak. He was taken to the local hospital who diagnosed as a normal fever but when is condition became worse, he was taken to Child Trust hospital where he was diagnosed with cancer.

Sivabharathi is undergoing chemotherapy now. He is taking his 4th session of chemotherapy. Each session goes to 4 days. The family travels by bus to reach the hospital and spends a week.

How you can help

Our support will give this 2-year-old a new life. He is so small to even understand what is affecting his body. Our contributions will help this little one survive.



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24th May 2017
Dear supporters,

Sivabharathi has been admitted again to the hospital for chemotherapy on 22nd May. He has been under blood investigations to monitor his health.

Thank you so much for your love and support to save this kid.

Team Milaap

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Rs.1,061,130
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Anonymous donated Rs.1,000

Get well soon

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Chetankumar donated Rs.6,500

Get well soon. I just wanted to know for general information that, how much support govt provided to child's family. Intention here is , how govt helps in such cases. Kind regards,

Priyanka
Priyanka donated $15.38
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Ramesh donated Rs.2,500
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Keerthivasan donated Rs.500

God bless you... get well soon !!!

MR
M. donated Rs.500

Get well soon