When The Pain In His Arm Signalled A RelapseHis mother, Shubhangi, suspected a relapse in February this year when Durvesh started coming home more tired than usual, complaining of pain in his arm. He would not play with his friends and would stay at home, often due to fever. On examination, his relapse was detected.
Earnings From Auto Rickshaw Cannot Keep Up With Multiplying Medical BillsDurvesh’s father, Sharad Shankar Mhatre, drives an auto rickshaw in Alibaug. His mother is a housewife. Durvesh has an elder brother, Viraaj, who is studying in 11th standard. Durvesh and Viraaj share a very close relationship and often play and study together. He enjoys watching Doremon. He is very good at his favourite subject, Mathematics.
“We thought our troubles were over after his chemotherapy in 2014. But fate has other plans for my child. We are not in a financial position to help our child feel better. Any help will be greatly appreciated", says his mother Shubhangi.
How Can You Help?Sharad says, “Durvesh wants to study really well and grow in his life. He misses his friends at school and in our village. We want to give him his childhood and life back as soon as we can. It is very painful to see our child suffer like this. I work very hard everyday, just to be able to educate my children and give them a better life. I am feeling very helpless right now as I’m unable to financially provide for my child’s treatment.”
This couple is fighting with all their might to give their son a life-saving bone marrow transplant, which will take place in Tata Memorial Hospital. They want him to experience the joys of childhood. It is their intense love for Durvesh that pushes them out of bed every morning and forces them to keep going, no matter what odds are stacked against them. You can help them save their son’s life. Donate here.