"My little boy has cancer"
Seeing the terrible ordeal of Basavaraj and his family, Basvaraj's School's Director came forward and has left no stone unturned to save the life of this bright kid. However, none of the efforts have given the desired outcome so far. The only way the child can be saved is through raising enough money for the treatment.
"How could a swelling of the stomach possibly be a cancer" - Revannappa
"Even treating a small swelling was expensive for us, how could we possibly manage our childs cancer treatment" - Revannappa
"He will not make it without treatment"
"With great difficulty, we are managing our children's education, how could my daily wages suffice for my childs treatment"
Basavaraj with his parents and sister Pallavi
"Such an expensive disease should not happen to such poor people like us"They took Basavaraj to the local clinic and the doctor ran a battery of tests on him. When he was diagnosed with cancer – his parents felt like they had as good as lost him. Cancer was a 'big' disease with expensive treatment.
"Thinking of my financial condition I felt the countdown has started. I might loose my child soon"
This teacher is trying to save his young student's life
Ningappa enlisted the help of other teachers and convinced Basavaraj's parents to take Basavaraj to Bangalore for treatment. “His parents are very poor and he is a bright, happy child. Nothing else is more important than he get the treatment he needs,” he says.
Basavaraj with his teacher Ningappa
He will stay alive if he gets treatment
Basavaraj at Narayana Hrudayalaya, Bangalore
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