Muhammad Anwar's Story
Anwar awaits Stent Placement. Before you dive into the details of Muhammad Anwar’s disease, know that your help will bring ease in his life. Therefore, we urge you to please donate for Muhammad Anwar’s stent placement as much as you can. Even a penny can help an ailing heart.
Fifty-eight years old Muhammad Anwar, a resident of Rahimyar Khan was suffering from left arm and chest pain. He went to the doctor for his check up and after consultation, the doctor advised him for Angiography. After the Angiography reports came, the doctor diagnosed him with unstable angina. Severe unstable angina is a heart condition that usually occurs due to lack of blood supply to the heart muscles. After the diagnosis, he was advised to undergo a Stent Placement through PCI.
Muhammad Anwar is a laborer and merely earns enough to make his both ends meet. He is the only breadwinner in the family. He earns a minimal income of PKR. 18,000 per month and he has a large family of seven persons to feed. It is quite impossible for him and his family to afford the surgical expenses on his own. He told us:
“When I first felt the pain in my heart, I thought that this is it. My family is dependent on me. Who will support them now? We are struggling to put food on the table, how can we afford this costly surgery? Put yourself in my shoes and only then you will understand how difficult things are for me right now.”
The family is in extreme plight since Muhammad Anwar is the only earner of his family. Your single donation can decide the fate of a family in need of assistance. As Anwar awaits Stent Placement, so please donate generously for his procedure so he can live normally.
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