6-year-old Deepak is screaming in pain and wants it to stop. He is slowly losing consciousness of who he is and where he is. He can't even recognize his parents. The severe pain in his stomach is increasing with every passing minute.
“The only sound that I hear all day is my son’s screams of pain. He is unable to sleep at night. He is drowsy and blabbering without consciousness all day. He has given up on food as well. He is very restless and irritated as he is not able to tolerate the pain. I don’t have the strength anymore to see him suffer like this.” – Kalieshwari, mother
Deepak Roshan had a normal childhood until 8 months back. A happy child, he loved going to school and playing with his friends. All of a sudden, Deepak's stomach started swelling. He was hospitalized for a few weeks. Doctors said there was water accumulation in his liver. Tests confirmed that he had Decompensated Chronic Liver Disease and needs a liver transplant at the earliest.
“I have not been able to go to work since a month as I’m at the hospital with my son. I’m helplessly looking at my son suffering. I don't have the money to afford his treatment,”– Paramashivam, father
Paramashivam works as a daily wager in Dindigul, Tamilnadu. He earns 300 Rupees a day. Deepak’s treatment cost for the last 6 months has been around 2-3 Lakhs. His relatives helped him a lot and the rest he managed through loans. Paramashivam has only a tiny ray of hope left for his son and that is you.
"My wife begs me to bring our son home, the tears in her eyes haven't dried. But what can I do? With no work and no one else to borrow from, I am afraid I will lose my son. Please help me, please," - begs this desperate father.
Parasmashivam does not have any more means to afford the transplant cost of 18 lakh Rupees to save his son. You are his only hope. Your contributions can help Deepak come out of pain and save his life.
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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