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Helped Shivasubramanya Fight Cancer

Mr. Shivasubramanya (37 Years old) lives with his wife and they have an adorable 10-year-old son. He is working at “Sri Subrahmanya Matha”(Hindu Temple) Akshaynagar, Bengaluru as manager. In the month of January 2017, he had been diagnosed with Leukaemia at Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital, Bengaluru and he had undergone treatment in the hospital for over six months.

After the treatment, in the month of July 2017, he was completely recovered. During that period (i.e. January 17 to July 17) they have spent around Rs 16.5 Lakhs. The Doctors advised his family members to take him for regular checkups once in three months, which they have been doing & he was perfectly alright until Nov 2018.

On 19th December 2018, Shivasubhramanya’s family members took him to the hospital for a regular check-up & to the utter shock, they came to know that the disease has been relapsed. Since then, he is undergoing treatment at Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital and they have already spent an additional 9 Lakhs rupees during this period. The doctors have advised that he has to undergo ‘Bone Marrow Transplantation’ again and the estimated cost would be around Rs 18 Lakhs for complete cure of disease.

As Shivasubramanya belongs to a socially and economically weak family with a very meager source of income; Ashok (Patient’s younger brother) is the only breadwinner and he is not in a position to bear such a huge expense for his brother's medical treatment. Therefore, we hereby humbly you to help Shivasubramanya in all possible ways to carry out his medical treatment.

How Right To Live is Helping:

As per our background verification, Shivasubramanya is economically poor, and cannot afford the cost of his treatment. We at Right To Live are trying to do our bit by raising funds for his treatment. We request you to come forward and support Shivasubramanya for his treatment to help him get back to normal life.

Remember that 100% of your donation goes for Shivasubramanya’s treatment. Since the administrative costs are covered by trustees, we would not and do not use any part of your donation for anything else other than the patient’s treatment. The payment is only ever released to hospitals and not placed in patients’ hands and complete transparency is maintained.


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