Thursday, December 16, 2010

I am back after a really long time. But life has been very busy this year. Aadhar Child cancer fund is of course active throughout the year.
We are reviving the dormant Youth against Cancer group of Aadhar. The group comprises young professionals and students who want to actively do some social activity. Though most of the older group has since moved on, Anindita , Ankit, Saurabh , Akshay and Neha are hopefully still available and ready to join us again. The other youngsters in the group will be Chandrasekhar, Joanne, Aparajita and Soumyashree. They have lots of ideas and are raring to go.
We have decided to host a party for children undergoing treatment with the help of Aadhar. It is slated to be on 13th Feb. and will be at A 4/25 PAschim Vihar. We are planning to have a puppet
show and wall painting activity with these kids. There will also be a lot of fun and games. All food will be home-made and brought by the volunteers.
We are planning different activities every three months and hope all will go as planned.
Here is All the Best to YAC.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Hi there,
Time for the eye camp again. This time it is on 28th Feb Sunday.We will be doing the registration from 9 AM to 12 Noon. As usual patients will be given dates for the check up and for surgery if required. All surgeries will be done in Sehgal Nursing Home.
With the help of the a lot of agencies, Shabnam underwent Bone marrow transplant at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.
There are always good people around. Though only the wicked seem to be in the limelight all the time. Dr SP Yadav is one such person. He gives his best and tries every possible means to give his child cancer patients the best chance they can have. For that he personally approaches and requests help for his patients from different agencies. He is the pediatric oncologist treating Shabnam. Aadhar has done its bit by arranging for the chemotherapy medicines, antibiotics and anti fungals for her. We all wish her a speedy recovery and a healthy and happy life.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

For outstation patients.

Dear Dr Khetan,
This is in response to your query regarding outstation patients. We would be glad to help any poor patient who approaches us. For outstation patients either they would have to come here to collect the medicines and the doctor treating them would have to take responsibility of making sure that there is no misuse or pilferage of the medicines. Once a rapport is built we can make some arrangement of reaching the medicines to the patient.
You can contact me on my email -