Milaap is India's largest crowdfunding platform that allows organizations and individuals to crowdfund donations for social causes, emergencies, personal causes, events etc. It was co-founded by three people, namely, Anoj Viswananthan, Mayukh Choudhury, and Sourabh Sharma in 2011, in Bengaluru. Till date, a total sum of Rs.173.33 Crores has been raised via this platform.
Recently, a man named Vyshnavi Davuluri from Khammam, Telangana started a campaign to raise funds for his dad, D Vijay Kumar (46), who has been critically ill for three years now and his condition keeps getting worse, day by day. He is suffering from liver cirrhosis that has now started affecting other organs of his body too, like the kidneys and he needs a liver transplant as soon as possible. The estimated cost for the entire procedure shall cost around 30 lac. The Davuluri family has already exhausted all their funds and what-so-ever gold they owned for the treatment in last 3 years.
Now, they need your support to save this man's life!
He has been fighting with liver cirrhosis for over three years now. His family has been going from hospital to hospital and have spent more than 12 lac on his health and treatments by exhausting whatever savings they had and by selling gold.
In last three years, he has become extremely weak, lost a lot of weight, forming edema on his feet (Foot, leg, and ankle swelling caused by accumulation of fluid in these parts of the body, is also known as peripheral edema) and ascites (accumulation of fluid in the peritoneal cavity, causing abdominal swelling) in his stomach.
A year ago, he suffered from blood vomiting and got treated in the Apollo Hospital by using 12 packets of blood. Till a year back, Vijay's family was somehow managing the expenses by resorting to the CM relieve fund provided by the State Government to the white ration card holders (those who are economically backward).
In the last six months, Vijay had to be admitted to the hospital five times and was confirmed with excessive liver damage at the KIMS(Kerela Institute of Medical Sciences) Hospital. He has ran out of all the funds provided by insurance and the CM relieve fund.
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