Patient Name

Indrakamal

Cancer Type

Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia

Target ₹ 150,000/-

Raised ₹ 78,760 /-

52.51%

Givers

1

Pledgers

20

Day left

-19

With a mere family income of Rs. 3,000, Indrakamal, a laborer belonging to Uttar Pradesh, was diagnosed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia. Responsible for his newly wedded wife, and widowed mother, Indrakamal was taken to the local doctor immediately after symptoms of abdominal pain and fever surfaced. After receiving routine medications which were unable to alleviate Indrakamal’s symptoms, he was taken to the district municipal hospital. It was there he was investigated, thoroughly, and a bone marrow test result revealed his latest diagnosis.

Indrakamal was immediately advised to go to the Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai for further management. After arranging money, Rs. 1,50,000, by borrowing from relatives and family friends and selling his wife’s gold, Indrakamal was able to pay the dues for only the intensive phase of his treatment. In order to complete the remainder of Indrakamal’s treatment, he is in need of an additional Rs. 4,50,000. Upon completion, 25-year-old Indrakamal wishes to return to his responsibilities in his hometown and as a newlywed.

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With a mere family income of Rs. 3,000, Indrakamal, a laborer belonging to Uttar Pradesh, was diagnosed with Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia. Responsible for his newly wedded wife, and widowed mother, Indrakamal was taken to the local doctor immediately after symptoms of abdominal pain and fever surfaced. After receiving routine medications which were unable to alleviate Indrakamal’s symptoms, he was taken to the district municipal hospital. It was there he was investigated, thoroughly, and a bone marrow test result revealed his latest diagnosis.

Indrakamal was immediately advised to go to the Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai for further management. After arranging money, Rs. 1,50,000, by borrowing from relatives and family friends and selling his wife’s gold, Indrakamal was able to pay the dues for only the intensive phase of his treatment. In order to complete the remainder of Indrakamal’s treatment, he is in need of an additional Rs. 4,50,000. Upon completion, 25-year-old Indrakamal wishes to return to his responsibilities in his hometown and as a newlywed.

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