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Help a nurse to repay her loans whose husband is battling with cancer
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    Vaishnavi salunke

    from Mumbai, Maharashtra


Vasihnavi Salunke is a mother of 11 year old girl / A wife/ A Nurse who is working double shifts every day to earn money in order to repay loans which had taken in 2018 from private lenders for husband’s oral cancer treatment, surgery and for her ongoing and increased family expense.

Vaishnavi’s husband was detected with oral cancer in dec 2017  and underwent treatment and surgery in 2018 for which she borrowed money from private lenders due to sudden medical & family crisis with the hope that he will be well after surgery and she and her husband would be repay it.

But unfortunately her husband in 2021 has been again detected with new  cancer cell growth in oral cavity which needs chemo therapy &surgery and recovery chances are 40-50% but now her husband is not at all willing to undergo any further treatment as it will incur more cost which would put additional burden on his wife who is yet to repay her previous loans by all alone without any help from him . Making him feel guilt, helpless, miserable and totally depressed with unbearable pain due to ill health which he doesn’t express to his wife

Vaishnavi is fighting with all the odds of failing husband health, giving hope to her daughter all will good soon and severe financial crisis which has brought to her tremendous mental stress leading to sleepless night , ulcers putting tremendous adverse impact on physical health too

She need financial support so that she  can repay her outstanding loan which will reduce her financial burden to some extend and give her a ray of hope to convince her husband undergo further treatment. It would be grateful if you can help her by small contribution  
Attaching 2018 and 2021 medical reports and photograph.2018Dec 2017Discharge card 2018Radiation report 20182021 report page1 2021 Report page2 2021

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