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Save Chandra Prakash From Cancer Relapse

The following note is written on behalf of Chandra Prakash's father, Gopalakrishnan.

Why Am I Fundraising?

My name is Gopalakrishnan. I hail from Theni disctrict. My 15-year-old son was diagnosed with blood cancer in 2014. With much difficulty, we started his treatment. He was undergoing chemotherapy till now but in February 2016, his cancer relapsed.

I am a lorry driver. My wife's family is extremely poor and there is no one to support us. My relatives have not visited us since the day they knew my son has cancer. He fear I will ask them for help.

Chandra Prakash is now undergoing chemotherapy in Meenakshi Mission Hospital, Madurai but he is in the danger of relapse again. He needs to undergo a bone marrow transplant. Doctors have found a matched donor for this transplant. The expenses come to 20 lakhs.

How You Can Help

We are trying our best to arrange for money but 20 lakh is a very amount for me to arrange. We need your support for the transplant.

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4th August 2016
Dear Supporter,
We have received an update from the Chandra Prakash's doctor:

Thank you to all the supporters. Chandra Prakash's bone marrow transplant was successfully completed and he was discharged on the last week of July. He is making good progress. He will be on follow up check ups and treatment.
His family is very happy and grateful for your timely support.

Dr.T.Kasi Viswanathan
Department of Pediatric Oncology,
Meenakshi Mission Hospital, Madurai.

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Anonymous donated $36

Get well soon Prakash. God give strength to your mother and father.

Adisesha donated Rs.1,000