Ravijbhai gets the healthcare he deserves
Sixty-year-old Ravjibhai Parmar is a farm laborer, and a contributing member supporting a family of 12. He was diagnosed with cancer in the left Pyriform Fossa.
Not in a position to afford Chemotherapy, he resigned to live with this dreaded disease. His health started deteriorating slowly till he could not work anymore. A visit from the Patient Support Group at Charutar Arogya Mandal gave him hope. He was counseled to undergo chemotherapy with the assurance that treatment cost would be supported by the hospital.
Ravjibhai has received the treatment that he deserves although such is the nature of the disease that he will never get completely cured.
By donating to this program
you will be sponsoring the overall costs incurred to support the beneficiaries
What the beneficiary gets
Charutar Arogya Mandal (CAM) works with poor cancer patients in villages around Gujarat. In the villages, it is difficult for patients to come over to the Shree Krishna hospital of CAM due to lack of transportation.
The Patient Support Group (PSG) conducts background checks and home visits to determine the socioeconomic condition of the patient to ensure patients are in need of financial aid. Most terminally ill patients that CAM work with earn less than $7 per day. The doctors monitor the treatment and progress of the patient whereas PSG maintains regular contact with the beneficiary's family during the treatment period.
Patients like Ravjibhai are looking for donors so that they receive medical treatment and live their lives with dignity. Support this program to gift a patient the dignity of healthcare. Through this program, CAM will waive or offer deep concessions to the cost of treatment.