Mangaluru: Readers contribute Rs 13 lac for treatment but Sunil succumbs

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Jul 6: Sunil Fernandes, a resident of Thottam here who was suffering from oral cancer and undergoing regular surgeries and chemotherapy breathed his last on Wednesday, July 6 at his residence.

Daijiworld had published an appeal seeking financial help for specialized treatment of Sunil and the readers had contributed Rs 13 lac altogether so far in a gesture of kindness. But unfortunately, the treatment could not save Sunil.

Sunil Fernandes had many dreams for his family. He wanted to provide a good education to his daughters studying in primary school. He was determined to make his dreams a reality through hard work. Unfortunately, luck was not in his favor. In the month of November last year, one morning, he suddenly felt weak and experienced problems while breathing. After a specialized medical check-up, he was diagnosed with oral cancer. Later, he was compelled to undergo regular surgeries and chemotherapy.

Sunil is survived by his wife and daughters who are studying in primary school.

Daijiworld thanks all its esteemed readers for coming forward to help and respond positively for a cause. We hope that our readers will continue to respond positively in our efforts to assuage the problems of the lesser privileged or those who are in dire need.





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