Newborn needs financial help at CMC

LUDHIANA: Johny, a nine month-old boy with hospital unit No. C-7735045 admitted in Christian Medical College (CMC) and Hospital, Ludhiana, under the Department of Pediatric Surgery, on April 11, with diagnosis of liver cancer (hepatoblastoma) needs financial help.

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 21

Johny, a nine month-old boy with hospital unit No. C-7735045 admitted in Christian Medical College (CMC) and Hospital, Ludhiana, under the Department of Pediatric Surgery, on April 11, with diagnosis of liver cancer (hepatoblastoma) needs financial help.

The child belongs to a weaker section. His father is a daily wager and earns less than Rs 5,000. The child needs treatment in the form of chemotherapy and surgery and the approximate expenditure for which shall be four to five lakhs and needs financial assistance. Donations can be made by multi city cheques or by bank drafts payable to the Christian Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana Society.

Senders can mention “For Johny (C-7735045)” at the back of a cheque or demand draft. For more information about the patient,contact Dr Vishal on 9780400296 or Dr Soumitra Saha on 9888849664. For further information on donations one contact medical social welfare staff Amit on 8557824792.

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