Parents struggling to understand why their baby has cancer
Baby Sai is a fighter and has responded very well to chemotherapy
Girish left his job so he could focus on getting Sai the treatment he needed
“I had to take two-three weeks off from the mill, so I decided to leave it till Sai gets better. Instead, now I do 'canvassing'. I reach out to rice shops who might want to buy rice from the mill. I supply to them and earn a small commission from the mill and the shop,” he explains.
“Sai was born to us 9 years after marriage. To us, he is most important. But now, I don't know how I can arrange for his treatment,” he says, acutely aware that his determination can only take him this far.