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Siranjivi

Siranjivi is the eldest son in the family, hailing from Ariyalur district in Tamil Nadu. Like other boys his age, he goes to school and is in class 6. He enjoys drawing and is good in his studies. During an examination, a doctor detected an irregular heartbeat. The parents were asked to go Miot Hospital in Chennai. An echo showed a hole in the upper chamber of the heart, ASD and surgery was the only option. His father is a laborer, earning Rs.3,000 per month. The cost of surgery was beyond the means of the family. Doctors sought help from Genesis Foundation and naturally the parents thanked the Foundation for the help rendered.

Rahul

8 years old, from West Bengal was a good student and loved to read. He is the older of two siblings. Recently, after completing his school examinations, he was found to be running a low-grade fever for an extended period. On further investigation, he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. From his native state in West Bengal, Rahul and his family were directed by the state hospital to New Delhi for his treatment at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi. The treatment entails several rounds of chemotherapy. After undergoing intensive chemotherapy, he will remain on maintenance, which is an addition to the total expense. The family comes from an extremely impoverished background. His father is a driver and earns only Rs.1,000 per month. It is extremely difficult for both parents to juggle between the two states with two children and a huge financial strain for which they needed support.

Prince

4 years from Haryana, had a hole in lower chamber of the heart and underwent a VSD device closure. The surgery was performed at Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket. His father was a labourer and had a monthly income of Rs.4, 000. Post-surgery, Prince had been doing well. His father was thankful to Genesis Foundation for helping them with financial support.

Caitlin Maria

Caitlin Maria, 1 year old from Kochi so early in life is suffering from B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. At the age where babies start to walk and families celebrate the milestone, she has to go for chemotherapy at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences in Kochi. Her father John, is a fisherman and brings home Rs 600 per month with which he supports his two children and wife. It’s impossible for him to pay for the treatment necessary for his daughter and seeks support from us to give her a chance at a healthy life.

Krishna

Krishna, 4 years from Uttar Pradesh has been suffering from Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) and DORV (Double Outlet Right Ventricle), a hole in the lower chamber of the heart with the narrowing of the pulmonary valve where the origin of the pulmonary artery is from the aorta instead of the right ventricle and needs to be rectified surgically. This procedure will be done at JaypeeHospital, Noida and Krishna’s father Ram Naresh is unable to afford this procedure. He works as a security guard and brings home Rs 4000 per month, meeting the expensive costs of surgery are sadly impossible for him and he desperately seeks financial support to make sure his son survives.
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