Help My Mother Recover From Peripheral T Cell NHL With AIHA | Milaap
Help My Mother Recover From Peripheral T Cell NHL With AIHA
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    Created by

    Savy Dhar
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Usha Dhar

    from Mumbai, Maharashtra

Hello, We are two sisters, Mansi Dhar and Savy Dhar and we are here to raise funds for our mother Usha Dhar who is 63 years old. Usha Dhar has been living in Mumbai, Maharashtra with her children and leading a healhy active life till 3 months ago. She suddenly started feeling unwell in mid of october 2020 which gradually progressed in november when she became so weak that she couldnt walk any more independently. Many blood tests and biopsies later, she was diagnosedto be suffering from Peripheral T cell Non Hodgkins Lymphoma (NHL) with Autoimmune Hemolyic anemia (AIHA).

This is a cancer in her lymph nodes which has modified her body immunity in such a way that her body is attacking and destroying her own red blood cells. Her Hemoglobin levels drop to dangerously low levels of 3-4 everyday. Hence,She is dependent on almost daily blood transfusions. Initial treatment options have been tried and havent shown much success. Next line of treatment to save her life includes administering an injection (Brentuximab 100mg) every 3 weeks along with the conventional chemotherapy drugs, which cost around 3 lac rupees per injection.

She is currently admitted and receiving ICU Care at Fortis Hospital Mulund, Mumbai, Maharashtra. Until now, we've spent a little over Rs. 10,00,000   (10 lacs).
We've arranged the amount from our savings & insurance. With our medical insurance exhausted, we have to arrange for every penny ourselves. In the next 60 days, we need Rs.30,00,000.00 (30 lacs) more for Medication and Further Treatment. Please come forward to support my cause. Any contribution will be of immense help. Do contribute and share this campaign link with your friends and family.

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