Ullas need help for Bone marrow transplant due to major Thalassemia | Milaap

Ullas need help for Bone marrow transplant due to major Thalassemia

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I here by explaining the real situation of the 3 year young boy named Ullas facing a very serious medical condition,Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder that affects the body's ability to produce hemoglobin and red blood cells.Its not cancer but it requires costlier treatments like treatments which are using to treat Blood cancer i.e,.Bone Marrow Transplant.as per doctor information It cost around 15 Lakh.

Unfortunately, Ullas parents Mr.Maruthi and Ms.Sudha are very poor background unable to bear this medical treatment.Hence they decided to lost her son due to lack of financial ability.This story really hurts me, as a relative i am also unable to 100% fully support them because i am only well educated than well earner. Even though there are various governamnet schemes also available in this matter. but there is no use to support them to bear that operation cost.

Currently they are regularly consulting with Indhira Gandhi Child Care,Banglore under Govt scheme at free cost. But this is not onetime solution. In Hospital they just telling
" we will supply blood every week at free cost, but not possible to do Bone marrow operation at free of cost, its paid service hence you please to consider any private donor for further financial assistance"

Hence, i also expecting if you feel anything you want to help that Child you please to consider for your HELP-HAND. Even i know there are lot of cases available very critical than this Ullas issue. But Ullas expecting your help in the form of Micro Donor than Macro Donation
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Rs.1,800 raised

Goal: Rs.1,500,000

Beneficiary: Sudha info_outline

Supporters (2)

TK
THILAGAM K donated Rs.300
MS
MOHAN S donated Rs.1,500