Sankalp Program for Thalassemia Cure
The next edition of the Sankalp-Cure2Children Network meeting for BMT was organised on 4&5 June 2019 at People Tree Hospitals, Bangalore. The two day meeting held every six months is an opportunity for our transplant teams to get together and brainstorm - contributing to the fine outcomes.
Thanks to the success of the Sankalp Program For Thalassemia Cure, people from different corners of the country look forward to our group for BMT for thalassemia. With haplo identical transplants also beginning to show some promise, BMT is now being sought by many families. The not for profit costs and the fine results has made even people of Kutch look forward to transplants.
This is a story of a boy who is 14 year old and very smart. He belongs to a very small village of Bihar.
It has been three years since the time Sankalp started the program for thalassemia cure. We started our bone marrow transplantations for patients who had a matched related donor only.
Sankalp India Foundation, a Bangalore based voluntary organization started in 2003, achieved a double milesto
This is a story of a family who are extremely poor and who are also categorised as backwards, they are also treated very low in th
Sankalp-Cure2Children Network meeting for BMT was organised on 28-29 May 2018 at People Tree Hospitals, Bangalore.
Sunil and Kavita both were from Madhya Pradesh. Sunil was from a small village called Nimach and Kavita was from Ratlam.
When requested to share her views regarding training sessions conducted over 6 weeks in Bangalore and Indore, Elizabeth Sebastian, the staff nurse from Indore said:
Little Ronak walked in last year on 31 March 2017 into our Sankalp-CIMS Centre for BMT, Ahmedabad.