Chitram (Vinesh) Ayana

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Chitram Ayana (Vinesh) is a thirteen year old child who was originally diagnosed with liver cancer; however, after seeking a second medical opinion, it was determined that he has a rare type of Sarcoma. His condition is critical as the disease is aggressively spreading. Treatment is available but only through a very limited amount of specialists, it is also extremely costly. Funds are urgently needed to help pay for his treatment. Please help us save his life.

On February 4, 2019, Chitram was accepted at a specialized medical facility in the US and he is currently receiving treatment. He was given a positive prognosis with a treatment term of one year. Chitram’s doctors are incredibly optimistic that his cancer is curable and they are excited to move forward with treatment.

We are raising funds to help pay for his medical treatment, living expense, and basic necessities.


Please donate today and help us save his young life.

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Original post, per diagnoses in Guyana.

Chitram Ayana (Vinesh) is a thirteen year old child who was diagnosed with cancer of the liver. His condition is critical and he is in need of urgent medical attention, which is not available in Guyana. 

He has mild hepatomegoly with malignant neoplastic etiology (enlarged liver due to cancer) and it is spreading rapidly; already reaching the right psoas muscle and left anterior abdominal wall. There is also a lesion seen in the greater curvature in the stomach, which has metastasize to the right femur (thighbone and pelvic bone), very close to the lungs. 

His condition is critical and he is in need of urgent medical attention, which is not available in Guyana. 

Chitram is in unbearable pain and is being treated as on outpatient while his family seek overseas treatment. The cost for outpatient treatment and pain management is approximately $100 USD per day, a cost that the family cannot afford. Please help them by making a donation to save their son.