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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Delhi helps ailing baby

Thursday, May 15, 2008 (New Delhi)
Delhi has a big heart as proved by NDTV's viewers. A baby, who's been waiting for an operation, will finally be able to get it done.

Three weeks ago, MetroNation reported on Nehal's condition and the 15 lakhs required for his operation. But the amount was unaffordable for a family which survives on Rs 6000 a month.

But thanks to help provided by the people of Delhi, 12-month-old Nihal will finally get the liver transplant needed to keep him alive.

The baby has received money from across the globe. People have come forward and donated sums ranging from Rs 5000 to Rs 10 lakh. And his parents are thankful not just for the money but also for their blessings.

MetroNation viewers donated more than Rs 5 lakhs. And the parents are happy.

Nehal has been battling chronic jaundice since he was born. His doctors at Apollo hospital are performing his operation free of cost.

The money donated for Nehal will be used for his surgery and post-operative care and treatment.

Dr Subhash Gupta, surgeon says, ''It's going to be a complicated surgery, especially because he is very young and not so developed.''

Nehal's mother Ms Upadhayay is thanking everyone for their help and hopes for the best.

''Now we just hope the surgery is successful. I thank people for their money and their blessings,'' she says.

Thus, with all the help and blessings, Nehal will go under the knife next week for a 12-14 hour operation.

Via: http://www.ndtv.com

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