He Sells medicines but can't afford his own child's treatment | Milaap
He Sells medicines but can't afford his own child's treatment
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    from Jalalabad Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh

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"My child's life is in danger. He falls, and his body trembles with fear. I try to pick him up but fail as he is a grown-up boy. The tumour has swallowed his childhood. His body's left side is not responding, and I can't do anything. So I request you all to save my child's life." Durga, mother.

When Aditya was one and half years old, he could not stand on his feet and developed a high fever that rendered him unconscious, and his family rushed him to the nearby hospital for treatment. Unfortunately, the hospital did not provide proper treatment and prescribed some essential medications. There was no improvement in his condition. Today Aditya is fourteen-years-old and gets multiples seizures attacks in a day.

He cannot stand on his feet, and his mental development has halted. He cannot speak clearly and squints his eyes. After a complete diagnosis, doctors concluded that Aditya is a victim of pyrexia and hydrocephalus; evidence of a Neoplastic Mass Lesion is seen in the left basal ganglia front parietal and paraventricular white matter region with epifocal oedema with mass effect and midline shift to the right side. He has a malignant tumour affecting his brain and spine. Only surgery can save his life.

Poor parents have knocked on many doors for help, but nothing has come far. The family depends on Aditya's father, Sanjay, working as a labourer. Since Aditya's condition has deteriorated, the family struggles to make ends meet.

Poor Sanjay is hard hit by destiny as he lost his house due to family disputes, and now he resides in a rental home. It's challenging for a poor labourer with a meagre income to afford a child's treatment. Aditya's mother, Durga, is a housewife. All they want is for Aditya to receive proper medical care so that he can live a healthy life.

"We hardly afford two meals a day. Our friends are also poor. So how will they help us? I understand everyone's situation, but I can't let my child die. If you spare little money, my child can live." Sanjay, father.

With no money to rent a good house, the poor father depends on your generosity to save his son. He has gone above and beyond his means for his son's treatment and is now devastated because he could do nothing to save his life. They need help urgently to give Aditya a new life.  

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