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Help 4-Month-Old Arush undergo a liver transplant

4-month-old baby Arush is fighting for his life every day. Suffering from Biliary Atresia- a liver condition, his life has become all about inserted needles in his stomach to remove the fluid stored due to his ailment. His parents, Anushka and Ishwar are heartbroken to see their child go through the pain every day.4-month-old Arush has been suffering from this liver disease ever since he was born. His diagnosis came soon after he was admitted few weeks after he was born with a case of bloated tummy.

"What is even more heartbreaking is that we can't do anything about it. We are poor, we cannot even fund our son's treatment to save him", said Ishwar, with a break in his voice.

Tragedy struck this baby at an early age

"My baby couldn't pass urine and because of this his tummy became bloated. He couldn't speak and tell us how much it is hurting but his cries made everything clear", said Ishwar.
As it stands, the doctors have advised liver transplant as the sole option for survival. Tests for deciding the donor hasn't started yet as the family is still struggling to arrange for the funds required. Ishwar is a farmer and earns close to Rs.7000 per month by working on his field along with his wife, Anushka.

"With that amount, me and Anushka have to look after the entire family. My mother, father and younger brother stay with us. It is even difficult to make a living out of Rs.7000, how can I possible pay 16 lakhs for my son's treatment? Even if we sell everything, we won't be able to raise that much amount", said the father.

How you can help

Ishwar and Anushka are trying their best to arrange the funds for Arush's transplant. Although Arush is just an infant, he is going through something that would be a nightmare for even an adult. Your contribution can save his life and give him a future.

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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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