Help Donation for suffering from sqaumous cell carcinoma Head and Neck Cancer
My Brother-In-law Mr Anil pallikonda is suffering from sqaumous cell carcinoma (Head and Neck Cancer). He is in his Terminal stage. Doctors at Memorial Herman Hospital (Houston) advised us that they cannot treat him any further and to take him home to spend his last days.
My brother-in-law’s last wish is to travel back to India and continue to fight the disease with any available options (like Ayurveda). He is not in a state to travel in a commercial flight due to the risk of bleeding that could be fatal. So we need to opt for Air Ambulance.
His friends call him “Dad” as he is an extremely caring and loveable person. Anyone who interacts with him or gets to know him will see their own Dad in his love and care. He will go to any extent to protect and help his friends and families in need. A true fighter who will never gives up at any cost. And so are we in standing up for him to support. Though the doctors are giving up on him he is not ready to give up and wants to continue his fight against this horrible disease.
His wife (Swathi Chunduri) and a 2-year old daughter (Medha) are dependant on him. My heart just stops whenever I see the little girl waiting for her father to get better.
To fullfill his last wish we are collecting funds to make arrangements for his travel to Hyderabad, India by Air ambulance. We wish and hope the treatment in India helps him recover.
Please pass this message to all of your friends and family to help fulfill his last wish.
My friend Mr Naveen Attada Has created one campaign on behalf of me in UK.
Thank you for your support.
Thanks everyone for all the support.
I wanted to share an update on the goal. The initial goal was set at 93K based on an approximate cost provided by the hospital through social workers. Unfortunately, as we reached out to various providers of air ambulance since yesterday, we received quotes upwards of 154K. With additional expenses for doctor / nurse and required equipment to handle any emergencies, the goal is revised to a realistic amount.
Please continue to provide your support.