“We had thought that would be the end of it, that our son would finally come home but...” — Neetu, mother
His transplant has now failed, and his condition is worse than before
“That night, our Ankit’s situation was such that even a second’s delay in getting a liver transplant could’ve killed him, so as soon as we found out that I was a partial match, we got the procedure done. The doctor had told us then itself that there was a chance his body could reject it, but we didn’t have the time to test our daughter or my husband as well. Ever since then I’ve been hoping and praying that my liver would be enough to keep my son alive but now... he’s even sicker than he was before! Is it my fault? Is my son dying again now because of me?” — Neetu
Ankit needs a liver transplant, but his family can’t afford it
“He keeps talking about death like it’s just something that’s about to happen! He knows I spent every single paise I had for his first transplant and that I have nothing now, so he keeps telling me that it’s okay, that I shouldn’t worry! A child shouldn’t have to think about such things!” — Kumar, helpless and desperate
His father can't save him a second time, he needs your help now
“I just... I can’t believe that a 12-year-old is having to face death a second time in as many months. The first time I was able to save his life but... I need help this time. Please, please do what you can.” — Kumar
Little Ankit does not deserve to die. He’s just a child, he’s 12-years-old. There are so many things he hasn’t even had the chance to dream of doing. Click here to donate, and save his life.