16 years old, Master Pawan Singhis fighting with Metastatic Osteosarcoma Left Distal Femurand is currently admitted and receiving treatment at AIIMS hospital (IRCH Dept.), New Delhi. He stays in Uttarakhandwith his family. Osteosarcoma tumors can be categorized as low-grade, intermediate-grade, or high-grade. Low-grade means that your cancer will grow slowly and remain where it began (localized), while high-grade indicates that it will spread quickly and metastasize. (“Metastasize” is the process of cancer spreading to other parts of your body.)
Osteosarcoma, the most common malignant bone tumor, is a deadly form of musculoskeletal cancer that most commonly causes patients to die of pulmonary metastatic disease. It is an ancient disease that is still incompletely understood.
Pawan was born with a rare type of cancer due to which his left leg was operated and cut down from his body and now he is diagnosed with Metastatic Osteosarcoma Left Distal Femur. The standard of care for distal femoral osteosarcoma is neoadjuvant chemotherapy followed by limb salvage for the surgically resectabletumor, reconstruction of the bone and soft tissue defect, and adjuvant chemotherapy.As per the hospital, he urgently needs to undergo a surgery and after the surgery, chemotherapy sessions will continue. His father MohanSingh, has no access to financial resources to continue his son’s treatment at AIIMS as he hasa very limited source of income. National Child Relief Services (NCRS)is providing all its support to Pawan, so soon he can lead a healthy life.
Pawan has to undergo a surgery within next 30 days which is costing around Rs. 6 lakhs. Due to the lockdown and hospital expenses, his family has already exhausted their savings.Come forward and support us because every life matters.
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