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This Boy Continuously Bleeds From His Ears Because Of Deadly Cancer, Needs Your Help

5 days ago, if you would have met Amir, he would have welcomed you with a smile. He is a warm person and a happy soul. He is a responsible boy - at 15, he tries very hard to take care of his younger siblings and help his parents. But fate has dealt a cruel hand to this teenager. He has blood cancer now. He bleeds continuously from his ears, and his whole body aches. But his poor parents are at a loss, they don’t know how they can get Amir treated.

We never wanted our children to have a life like ours but look at Amir now!

Samir and Sanju are daily wage labourers in a small village in Kandhamal, Odisha. Their days start at the crack of dawn and after a hard day’s work, the money they get is barely enough. But these parents have done everything in their power to save up for their children’s future.
“Only if we knew that our son will have such a deadly disease. It’s been 5 days in the hospital now and we have already seen so many in the ward dying. We are scared - will he never come back alive?” - Sanju, mother.

He bleeds from his ears, his entire body aches in pain

Amir is in extreme pain - he can’t even sit up on his own. The nurses have blocked his ears with cotton balls - he bleeds profusely from his ears. Cancer is spreading rapidly in Amir’s body.
“Doctors said that we can save him but we need to continue his treatment. It would cost us a lot, around 10 lakhs. Without help we can’t save him,”- Samir, father.

Cancer is spreading fast in this boy’s body. He needs continued chemotherapy. But his parents don’t even have a regular income. The only way they can save their son’s life is with your help. Even a small contribution will make a big difference. 

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The specifics of this case have been verified by the medical team at the concerned hospital. For any clarification on the treatment or associated costs, contact the campaign organizer or the medical team.

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