Anyat Khan's Story
“My father is my biggest support system. He is not only our father but our best friend who is always pushing us, motivating us to perform better in all aspects of life. But now, we all are watching him slipping away from us. His heart is giving up on him and we don’t know what to do which could bring our father back to life. He is the backbone of our family. The thought of losing him is killing us every day. Please help us by donating for his surgery. Your small donation can save our dear father’s life.” – Anyat’s son
53 years old Anyat Khan has been living in constant fear of death ever since the doctor told him that he needs open heart surgery as soon as possible. Around 2 years ago, Anyat was admitted to the hospital after he felt sharp pain in his chest. After medical examination, the doctors informed him that his 3 heart vessels are blocked and he needs surgical intervention at earliest otherwise, he could lose his life.
Anyat is the sole earning member of the family. He works as a gardener and looks after his family of 8 members including his wife, 4 children and parents. Anyat’s heart condition is deteriorating with each passing day. He feels difficulty in breathing with frequent chest pain. Even with these painful symptoms, he never skips a day at work. At this moment, Anyat needs your donations to survive.
“Please save our father. We cannot imagine our lives without him.” – Anyat’s daughter
Let’s not ignore the plea of Anyat’s children and support him. Donate for his open heart surgery now!
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Anyat Khan's Story
Anyat Khan, 53 years old, was suffering from off and on chest pain for the last two years. His percutaneous intervention (PCI) was done and he was advised open heart surgery- a coronary artery bypass graft (CABG). His surgery was done at National Hospital & Medical Center on 10-12-19 by Dr Ahmed Shehbaz. He stayed for 5 days and recovered well. He was discharged in good health.