Aye from Thailand raised $1,500 to fund a mass removal procedure.

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Fully funded
Aye's treatment was fully funded on May 28, 2019.
  • Aye's story
  • Aye's update
April 30, 2019

Photo of Aye post-operation

July 21, 2019

Aye underwent a mass removal procedure.

After surgery, Aye no longer has pain in her abdomen and she is able to sleep well....

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Aye's Timeline

  • April 30, 2019

    Aye was submitted by Bue Wah Say, Project Officer at Burma Children Medical Fund.

  • May 3, 2019

    Aye received treatment at Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai Hospital in Thailand. Medical partners often provide care to patients accepted by Watsi before those patients are fully funded, operating under the guarantee that the cost of care will be paid for by donors.

  • May 6, 2019

    Aye's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • May 28, 2019

    Aye's treatment was fully funded.

  • July 21, 2019

    We received an update on Aye. Read the update.

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John is a hawker (the local name for a street vendor) from Kenya. He has six children all under the age of 18 years. His wife helps at home and John is the family's sole breadwinner. Lately, due to his condition, John has been unable to work. He has no alternate source of income, and shared that he is struggling to raise his family. John first started experiencing a loss of appetite and stomach pain in April 2022. He visited a local health center and was treated for stomach aches, but his condition did not improve. He later started having episodes of diarrhea and has lost a significant amount of weight. He also has been experiencing bleeding that has caused him anemia. As a result, he has had several blood transfusions and hospital admissions. Recently, a biopsy at Kijabe Hospital revealed that John has colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer is a disease in which cells in the colon grow out of control. At the current stage, his doctors feel the cancer can be stopped surgically from spreading. However, the procedure has to be done as soon as possible because it is urgent. He is now scheduled to undergo surgery and needs support. Unfortunately, John does not have medical coverage and cannot afford the surgery. He is requesting financial assistance to support the $1,074 needed for his medical care. John says, “I cannot eat, and I have lost a lot of weight. I have had several blood transfusions because of bleeding. I need this surgery to help fight the cancer.”

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