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Help Mangalamma For Her Kidney Transplant

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Meet 30-year-old Mangalamma!

One and a half year ago, Mangalamma was pregnant and ended up losing the child due to Kidney Failure. Until then, she was not aware that she has a kidney problem. At the young age of 29, both her kidneys have failed. She has been coming to Vani Vilas Hospital in Bengaluru, every week for dialysis. She has been undergoing 3 dialysis a week for the last one and a half year.

Mangalamma is from Gudemaranahalli Gram Panchayat of Magadi Taluk and is an anganwadi worker. Her husband is an auto rickshaw driver but her primary support is her brother who has spent a considerable amount of money on her treatment, and can no longer afford it.

Her surgeon at Vani Vilas Hospital has suggested that they try a Kidney Transplant with her mother as a donor. If the DNA and other tests match, Vani Vilas has agreed to do the surgery and will even sponsor Rs. 2 lakhs towards it.

For the DNA and other tests of Mangalamma's mother, they have been referred to Dr. Lal Path Lab in Basavanagudi. They can do it any day from today, but they do not have the funds. The tests will cost Rs. 30,000/-.

If the tests are positive and the mother can donate her Kidney, they will need some more funds for medicines and post-surgery care. The surgeon at Vani Vilas has asked them to keep around Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 100,000/- aside for this. How Right to Live is Helping: Right to Live is trying to do our part by raising a portion of the funds for her treatment. We are fundraising through our portal and through our corporate partners. Every little contribution can give Mangalamma a new lease on life.

How Right to Live Help:

Right to Live did our part by raising a portion of the funds for her treatment. We have released Rs 27720/- for her tests. While, Mangalamma is still awaiting her test results, she is continuing her dialysis at Victoria Hospital. Right to Live will be releasing the remaining funds for her dialysis and further treatment. We sincerely thank Rohit Philip and our corporate partner Opteamix for the generous donations and for championing the case.

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