Muhammad Nasir's Story
“I am suffering from the symptoms for a very long time now and I want to get rid of this. I have been struggling from Hepatitis C but I am unable to afford the treatment at all. I want your help to get me out of this pain” –Muhammad Nasir shared with TH.
25 years old Nasir, has been suffering from hepatitis C since last 1 year. He has visited many hospitals in his village but none of them proved to be fruitful. Due to his insufficient income he is unable to afford medical treatment in private hospitals.
Nasir works as a security guard and earns 13,000 PKR a month. He has 8 family members and all of them live in joint family in a 5 Marla house. Moreover, He is the only source of income for his family.
Since past 1 year he is experiencing worst symptoms including Joint pain, vertigo and loss of appetite. Due to these symptoms his work is hindered causing his family to suffer as well. His health is getting weak day by day and his treatment needs to be done as soon as possible.
“Transparent Hands is the only hope left for my healthy future. I don’t want to sit at home all weak and unable to work because my family needs me” –He added.
After the entire struggle he came to know about transparent hands and appealed for his free treatment to get rid of his ailment. For the medical procedure he needs your donations.
Someone can regain hope in his health by your little attention.
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Muhammad Nasir's Story
Muhammad Nasir, 44 years old, was diagnosed with hepatitis C. He was advised treatment after complete tests. His work up was done and he was treated at Lahore Care Hospital, under the care of Dr Talha Bin Ayub. His PCR report for hepatitis turned out to be negative and liver profile also improved without antiviral treatment. He will have his follow up tests to check the status of hepatitis after 6 months.