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Mr. GUPTA lived a quiet life in a class B city in the state of UP, running a small grocery shop when he suddenly discovered that his son who was 6 years old had developed some neurological problem and had difficulty using the right side of his body . Mr. Yashwant left no stone unturned to get him treated. He had to sell off his shop as he had taken loan for the treatment. But all his efforts paid off as his son became better and better as days passed. But Yashwant had to find a way to carry on his life.

As both the husband and wife are not educated they could not search out for a white collar job. So after months of struggling they landed up in Bangalore as cook cum hostel warden at a meagre wages of 10000/- for both husband and wife put together, for a Women’s PG run by a person from their hometown.

Life started all over again. But bad luck once again knocked the doors of Mr. Yashwant. This time in the form of the illness of his daughter Ms. Sajani ( name changed) who was a bubbly little girl of age 5 years and was studying in UKG. On the annual day function she feel ill with severe pain in the thoracic and abdominal region and high fever. The parents now too took her to many small clinics and hospitals but though the fever subsided it would reoccur in a couple of days. Exhausted of resources they went back to their hometown in UP but of no use. After about 3-4 months , though Sajani was been given treatment she never improved moreover Doctors said that it would be of no use as she was showing no improvement at all. Parents and relatives of Mr. Yashwant too asked him to stop the treatment for her. But as a father he would not give up and brought her back to Bangalore.

Fortunately this time someone known brought them to People Tree Hospitals and here she was diagnosed as having Spine TB that had affected her bones to a great extent. She was treated for it with the help of some well-wishers in Bangalore (inmates of the hostel where her father was working). After about a year of treatment Ms. Sajani was well out of danger zone of the TB but it had already done the damage. Two of her spinal bones were damaged and she needs it to be repaired and corrected by having implants instead of the damaged bones so that it would help her growth in the right manner and lead like normal, healthy life like other kids

Master Akash is 15 years old and is studying in 9th grade. He is elder of the 2 siblings of Smt. Mahadevi. He is suffering from Dorsolumbar Scoliosis. Earlier this year due to fluid accumulation he had to undergo a brain surgery. And off late he was advised to go for Scoliosis correction. His mother is a single parent and lone bread winner of the family 2 years ago when the younger son was diagnosed with kidney problems and needed lifelong medication and treatment.

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Unable to bear the burden the father abandoned the wife and kids and left them to fend for themselves. From then on SMT. Mahadevi is a lone fighter. She just could not leave the kids as the father did. And has been struggling to get them treated running from pillar to post and meeting people to seek help for the treatment. She even went to the extent of committing suicide as she could not find support. When Smt. Mahadevi approached a known hospital for Akash’s surgery they bluntly refused saying that it may not be of any help. So through a known contact they approached PEOPLE TREE Foundation for help . With the help of the Foundation and great efforts of the doctors of PEOPLE TREE Hospitals, Yeshwanthpur Akash underwent a surgery a fortnight ago. Today both the Mom and the son in cloud nine as he has completely recovered from a successful surgery and will be going to school again.

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Mr. GUPTA lived a quiet life in a class B city in the state of UP, running a small grocery shop when he suddenly discovered that his son who was 6 years old had developed some neurological problem and had difficulty using the right side of his body . Mr. Yashwant left no stone unturned to get him treated. He had to sell off his shop as he had taken loan for the treatment. But all his efforts paid off as his son became better and better as days passed. But Yashwant had to find a way to carry on his life.

Mr. GUPTA lived a quiet life in a class B city in the state of UP, running a small grocery shop when he suddenly discovered that his son who was 6 years old had developed some neurological problem and had difficulty using the right side of his body . Mr. Yashwant left no stone unturned to get him treated. He had to sell off his shop as he had taken loan for the treatment. But all his efforts paid off as his son became better and better as days passed. But Yashwant had to find a way to carry on his life.

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