Thanks to the team of Leukemia Crusaders, little Divyanshi who was diagnosed with blood cancer is celebrating her 3rd birthday. She has completed her first cycle of chemotherapy successfully. Divyanshi is not alone, Leukemia Crusaders has helped many so far who are getting treated for blood cancer in our institute.
Dr. Shruti Kakkar - DMCH, Ludhiana
It feels great to be part of this noble cause and wish LC Team all the best for their continuous efforts for this cause.
Arti Sharma- Donor
An act of kindness and support during tragic circumstances is very powerful. Just knowing that there are amazing people for children in need helps families come out with courage.
We are proud to join hands with Leukemia Crusaders to fight cancer.
Dr. Revathi Raj - Apollo, Chennai
Leukemia Crusaders has been helping the children at Tata Medical Center, Kolkata since early 2017. In the span of less than a year, many children have benefitted from funds donated by them. The process is smooth, and help comes promptly. Leukemia Crusaders is helping our children on their path to healthy, fruitful lives.
Dr. Arpita Bhattacharyya - Tata Medical Centre, Kolkata
Cancer Institute, Adyar, Chennai, is privileged to be associated with Leukemia Crusaders. Majority of the patients treated at our hospital are from the poor socio-economic strata of the society and cannot afford the costly cancer treatment. Funding from Leukemia Crusaders has been a big boon for these patients as they do not abandon treatment due to lack of funds. The lives of many children have been saved due to the help extended by Leukemia Crusaders... They are professional and respond promptly to all queries. The funds are also released on time after completion of the application process. Leukemia crusaders has given a new hope for leukemia treatment in India. They have ensured that the poorest of the poorest kid has a chance to see the future and not die without receiving any treatment. We will always be indebted to them for their generous help and support. Read More
Dr. Venkatraman - Cancer institute, Adyar, Chennai
Dr. Tushar Idhate - MGM Hospital, Aurangabad
Our Motto is that no child suffering from Cancer should go out from our centre without the treatment just because they can’t afford it. Leukemia Crusaders is helping us a lot in achieving this as their help is without much paper work and hassle.
Dr. Faisal Guru - SKIMS, Srinagar
Leukemia crusaders has selflessly touched the lives of thousands of families… They have put smile to the lips when the eyes were all teary. Leukemia Crusaders are a living example of how to live the life right.
Dr. Manas Kalra - Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi
The presence of Leukemia Crusaders has made our lives more meaningful by giving us the possibility to offer treatment to every child affected with cancer.
Dr. M Joseph John - CMC, Ludhiana
We are so blessed to be associated with Leukemia Crusaders who provides bridge funds so that our patients with leukemia can continue treatment, while awaiting financial aid from other resources.
Dr. Leni G Mathews - CMC, Vellore
My son was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia in Feb 2018. Our family was completely shattered after hearing the news. We were very confused and did not know what to do next. One of my friends told me about Mr. Arvind Vohra. Immediately I rushed to his residence to meet him (as it was 10 p.m). I felt assured after meeting him and rushed my son to the hospital for starting treatment . Next day itself treatment started and because of the timely help today my son is absolutely fine and going to school. I will never be able to forget the fast and timely support of BVMT.
Mr. Lokesh - Father of Dushyant, Leukemia - AML Survivor
My son was diagnosed with Leukemia in November 2013. We were very worried because we did not have enough money for the treatment and that’s when we got to know about BansiVidya Memorial Trust. We got timely financial help from the trust and now my son is free from this disease. Many Thanks to the Trust as they helped us a lot for my Son’s treatment.
Mr. Santanu Paul - Father of Ankit Paul, Leukemia - ALL Survivor
Iyappan was first seen in our community health centre with high fever and nose bleeds. The doctor there was worried after seeing the blood reports and therefore referred him to the main hospital. Iyappan was admitted in the main hospital and diagnosed to have leukemia. He developed tumour lysis syndrome which is a complication that can lead to kidney failure. This family was in no position to pay for the treatment of their 14 year old son and was on the verge of discontinuing treatment. Help from Leukemia crusaders saved this young person. Further funds from other sources were received but without the initial help from leukemia crusaders, this family would not have stayed on for treatment. Currently Iyappan is on maintenance phase of treatment and is doing well.
Iyappan treated at CMC - Vellore
Subhojit Pan. a 15 year old boy was living his normal life in his village till early June 2018, when he developed a prolonged episode of fever. Initial evaluation was suggestive of blood cancer, hence he was brought to CMC for further treatment. His parents collected some money from extended family and friends for their travel to Vellore, boarding and lodging. They had some money for initial expenses in the hospital, but exhausted their reserve at the end of a week of stay here. They were on the verge of discontinuing treatment due to financial constraints. With the timely help from Leukaemia Crusaders, his family managed to continue the induction phase of chemotherapy. By the end of first month of treatment, we were able to get more funds for his treatment. Her is currently in the interim maintenance phase of treatment and is doing well by God’s grace. His parents are thankful for the immeasurable support from Leukaemia Crusaders which had boosted their motivation to continue further treatment.
Subhojit Pan Treated at CMC - Vellore
8 year old Anil, who is undergoing treatment for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia came to us from a remote village in Andhra Pradesh. This family had mobilised some finance to start treatment and were hopeful that they can continue treatment. However, due to an unforeseen complication Anil was admitted in hospital for 42 days . This led to huge hospital bill, which exhausted most of their resources, even after getting some concession for hospital. Parents were shattered and were on the verge of giving up, when we received a bridge fund from Leukaemia Crusaders. It is highly commendable that the fund was transferred to hospital within two days of us sending a request for help.
Anil treated at CMC - Vellore
Viswa, a 3 year old child from a nearby village to our hospital was diagnosed to have Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia on July 2017. His father is a casual labourer and mother is a housewife. Parents have pawned their assets and borrowed money from villagers to start Viswa’s treatment. Our team had applied to various trusts for financial support, which on an average takes 4-6 weeks for approval and transfer of 1st instalment. Viswa’s parents were desperate for immediate financial to continue his treatment. Here again, the Leukaemia Crusaders stepped in to provide timely help so that his treatment can be continued.