Neck tumour has taken away the happiness of a 13-yr-old girl | Milaap
Neck tumour has taken away the happiness of a 13-yr-old girl
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    Roji Bhardwaj

    from Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh


"As the sun rises, our worries and sorrows wake up before us. My day starts with my daughter sobbing in pain. I gather myself every morning to face another formidable day, but by the end of the day, my strength falls apart. Her cries, her helplessness, they haunt me every night. What should I do? Doctors say a huge amount is required for her treatment. Whom should I ask for money for my daughter's treatment? Please show me the path leading to my daughter's wellness." Roji Bharadwaj's mother worries about her daughter's condition.

Little Roji developed a small pimple on her neck, turning into a ball-sized tumour. Earlier, her parents thought that it would go away with time, but it got bigger and worse. Her parents first took her to Aligarh medical hospital. Then, as per the doctor's recommendation, they rushed to Delhi.

Doctors suggested multiple surgeries to remove the tumour that reached her spinal cord. They slept on the station, stood in long queues for hours, spent every penny they had and did every possible thing to cure their princess. But in this world, nothing can be done without money. They are in urgent need of funds to treat their child.
Painkillers are the fuel that runs little Roji's life. She sleeps and wakes up in pain. Her suffering is unimaginable. Her tumour is growing faster than her body, and She can't even lie on her back. She is unable to do anything on her own. As she wakes up, she holds her mother's hand to go to the toilet; she feeds her, takes her for a bath and drops her at school. Her neck is bowing down because of this tumour, which has turned deadly for her. She needs immediate surgery.

"I have become a subject of laughter for my schoolmates. I feel immense pain. Why am I not like other children of my age? My mother does everything for me. I can't even eat on my own. Even I want to study and lead a normal life. But all my hopes have shattered; I feel I will never recover as we have no money for treatment. No one plays with me. How will I live this way?" Roji cries over her condition.

By driving a rented auto, Roji's father, Pankaj Bhardwaj, hardly earns Rs 200-300 per day, which is insufficient to provide his family with three meals a day. Roji's mother is a homemaker and looks after her suffering daughter round the clock. Their persistent effort and little savings failed in treating their princess. Now they lay all their hopes on you.

"I am in a miserable condition. As my daughter is growing up, her tumour is growing bigger. I have no money for her treatment. What should I do? Should I die as I can't do anything for my child? Doctors recommended three surgeries to improve her condition. We don't even have a penny; the cost of surgery is beyond our imagination. Please help us!" Roji's father urges for support.

Roji's Parents are in awful condition seeing their daughter losing on life with every passing day. Lack of money has thrown their daughter into a pit of suffering. Helpless mother cries tears of pain as her daughter questions her, "Mom, no one will marry me. I have no future. Please get this tumour removed. I can't live with it; it hurts a lot." seeing little Roji's cry for help is heartbreaking.

Roji also deserves a second chance, and your support can help her recover from her pathetic condition. It's not easy to live in such a painful condition, and Roji has to face pain and humiliation, forcing her to live in such a condition. We seek your generous support to save her and gift her a new happy life.
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