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Illiterate Parents Unable To Understand What Cancer Is Need Help To Save Their Daughter From It

In January this year, Bishnupada and Saraswati got the shock of their lives. Their youngest daughter, 2-year-old Jhumur, was diagnosed with blood cancer. The little one had been suffering from fever and had been weak for the past 6 months and now she has stopped talking completely because of the unbearable pain.
“I wish I could understand what my daughter is going through, I am scared I will lose her. We don’t understand her disease or the treatment she needs. All we know is that she needs these injections to survive.” - Bishnupada (father). 

The parents helplessly look on as their baby suffers in pain

Jhumur had just started talking. Saraswati and Bishnupada used to wait eagerly for her to learn new words. Sometimes, when she mispronounced them, the entire family couldn’t help but laugh at her childish babble.

She is undergoing painful tests almost every other day, she can’t even sit up because of them. The little girl who used to run around the house, playing with her sisters can hardly turn sides without crying out loud in pain."

Jhumur’s treatment has been funded by loans and grants until now, but even that is not enough

With no helping hand at home, Bishnupada has not been able to go to work for the past 6 months. He has been taking care of his two elder daughters while his wife has been constantly by little Jhumur's side
I had applied for the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund and it is with that money that I have been able to start Jhumur’s treatment. I have also borrowed from my nieghbours for her. But I need 5 lakhs more. Please help me save my daughter.”

With your help, Bishnupada and Jhumur will be able to cure their little daughter from deadly cancer and take her back home. A little contribution will go a long way. 

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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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