IANS | Friday May 15, 2015
Late diagnosis and misconceptions about the symptoms are some of the major reasons behind the spread of the cancer.
Delhi News | Edited by Prasad Sanyal | Thursday January 17, 2013
28-year-old Raju, a labourer from Uttar Pradesh, has moved into his new home - a one-room apartment in South Delhi's Adchini area. Thanks to donors on NDTV.com, they have received over 18 lakh rupees - money that will go towards their food and medicines, and allowing them to live with dignity.
Delhi News | Edited by Prasad Sanyal | Tuesday January 15, 2013
Now, Raju will be able to pay back his loan thanks to donors who have helped raise over 11.5 lakhs. The money has also helped his family rent a small two-room apartment near the hospital and pay for food and medicines. Their treatment is expected to go on for another two years.
Delhi News | Sonal Mehrotra | Thursday January 10, 2013
Virtually every night, for the last three years, Raju, a labourer from Uttar Pradesh, curls up on the pavement outside a public bathroom opposite the AIIMS hospital in Delhi. Huddled next to him are his two sons, aged six and three. All three have retinoblastoma, a rare type of eye cancer.