Donate Muhammad Sarfaraz for his Colectomy

Donate Muhammad Sarfaraz for his Colectomy

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Muhammad Sarfaraz's Story

A little delay in surgery could lead to his death. Please donate and save his life!

Muhammad Sarfaraz is a 63 years old man who lives in Khushab with his wife and 4 children. Muhammad works as an Imam in a local mosque and earns a little income with which he manages to pay for his household expenses. But for last few months, he is unable to work actively due to his threatening disease.

Muhammad Sarfaraz is diagnosed with Colon Cancer – cancer of the large intestine which is the final part of digestive tract. He visited various local hospitals for relief but doctor advised him to undergo surgery to remove the colon otherwise cancer could spread in his other parts of body. He is experiencing painful symptoms including bleeding in stool, weight loss and weakness. These days, he is bed ridden most of the time. His family is very worried for his health. Doctor has recommended him to undergo surgery as soon as possible otherwise it would lead to further health deterioration. This poor family don’t have enough money to pay for the expensive cancer treatment. With somebody’s reference, they came to Transparent Hands with high hopes.

Muhammad Sarfaraz is now scheduled for his colectomy in a few days at Akram Medical Complex. His surgery will only be successful with your prayers and support. We request you to please donate as much as you can for his surgery so that he can get rid of his cancer and live a pain-free life.

Donate and save the life of this poor father!

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