Presently CPAA is supporting the patients listed below. These patients are undergoing treatment in various cities in India, but unfortunately do not have the financial resources to continue.
Your help can help save a precious life. Please help them by donating generously.
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4 year old Adinath has
been diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and is currently
receiving treatment at Sion Hospital, Mumbai under the care of Dr
Sujata Sharma. He is currently undergoing the first cycle of his
His father works has a house help and earns Rs. 60,000 annually,
which is not enough to sustain the heavy strain of prolonged cancer
At the age of 3,
Alsabanuri was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. He has
been since receiving care and treatment at Mumbai's Sion Hospital
from Dr Sharma. He has recently completed the first cycle of the
advised chemotherapy and radio therapy. His family is originally
from Uttar Pradesh where his father works as a bricklayer and earns
no more Rs 57,000 annually.
Divya has been
receiving treatment from Dr Bharat Agarwal at B J Wadia
Hospital,Mumbai. She was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
at the age of 3 and has been advised chemotherapy and radio therapy
of which she has completed two cycles so far. Divya's father works
as a farmer in the far suburbs of Mumbai and has incomes well under
the poverty line.
Gaurav Jain was diagnosed with a form of Blood Cancer in Jan 2018. While on treatment he underwent multiple organ failure for which he required medication and surgery. He was placed on a ventilator for 10 days as he was not responding, but his condition has now improved. He is back home waiting to start Chemotherapy, followed by Bone Marrow Transplant.
The family has already spent Rs. 15 lac
on medical expenses. They require another Rs. 7- 8 lac. Donate
generously as any financial support would be of great help.
5 year old Karunya suffers from Acute
Lymphoblastic Leukemia for which he is receiving treatment at B J
Wadia Hospital, Mumbai under the care of Dr Bharat Agarwal. Karunya
has completed two cycles of the advised chemotherapy and radio
therapy therapy. His parents live in Bhiwandi, Mumbai and can barely
manage the day-to-day expenses of their family of five.
4 year old Pragya is suffering from Burkett's
Lymphoma and is being given treatment at Sion Hospital, Mumbai under
the care of Dr Sujata Sharma. She has been advised chemotherapy and
radio therapy. She has so far completed three cycles. She stays at
Chembur with her parents and two elder siblings. Her father earns a
meager income from a small shop that he runs.
At the young age of 10, Rushikesh was diagnosed
with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. ).He has been advised
chemotherapy and radio therapy and has just started his treatment at
Mumbai's CTC-PHO Hospital under Dr Mamta Manglani's care.
Rushikesh's family hails from Latur where he lived with his parents
and two elder siblings. His father works as a farmer and earns a
meager wage of Rs 36,000 per year.
3 year old Shravani has been diagnosed with Acute
Lymphoblastic Leukemia and is under the treatment of Dr Mamta
Manglani at Mumbai's CTC-PHO Hospital. Her family is originally from
Jalgaon where her father works as a carpenter and earns a meager
income of about Rs 58,000 annually and is the sole breadwinner of
the family. Shravani has been advised chemotherapy and radio
therapy. She has completed just one cycle.
Sweety is a 4 year cheerful girl, whose life came
crumbling down with the diagnosis of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
She is currently receiving treatment at Sion Hospital, Mumbai under
the care of Dr Sujata Sharma. She has just commenced her the
chemotherapy and radio therapy advised to her. Her father a tailor
in Mulund, Mumbai has an annual income of Rs. 72,000 (INR) and is
the sole breadwinner of their family of four.
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