5 Children who overcame all odds to survive!

Little children are these warm fuzzy bundles of joy, and just peeking a look at them can brighten anyone’s day! But do not go by their happy, innocent and melt worthy faces, these tiny tots have endured some really deadly diseases that exist in this world.

Here are a few children who defied medical experts and survived despite all odds. Their stories represent hope and strength and a never-give-up spirit!  

 

 

1)Ayaan Hashmi: a 4 year old’s fight against renal cancer.

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                                                       EMRAAN HASHMI WITH HIS SON AYAAN.

Many of us may recollect the shock upon hearing this news when it first hit the tabloids.

Ayan, the son of renowned bollywood actor Emran Hashmi was 4 when he was diagnosed with a rare form of a malignant renal tumour that affects the kidney. A visit to the doctor, confirmed Ayaan’s parent’s worst fears. But with the support and guidance of medical experts, an immediate surgical intervention and months of chemotherapy, little Ayan is out of danger. He has since, recuperated at a lightening speed and has also begun his schooling!

2)Christian Buchanan: the tiny tot who survived ABS.

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                                                     CHRISTIAN WITH HIS BROTHER.

Born with no eyes and a severe cleft lip and palate, 2 year old Christian Buchanan’s was affected by a severe case of Amniotic Band Syndrome. He’s one of the only about 50 people in the world to suffer from this condition.

Christian will need many more surgeries in his upcoming years to reconstruct his birth defects and overcome other complications. But in every other way, he is growing up to be a perfectly healthy boy inspiring thousands with his incredible story (watch his story).

 

3)Aditi Gilbile: a miracle baby who survived 20 heart attacks.

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                                                          ADITI  AFTER THE SURGERY.

You would probably find it hard to believe that a 4 month old baby could experience over 20 heart attacks, let alone survive them!

A four-month-old Aditi from Solapur, India suffered from a rare Alcapa, a condition in which the artery reverses the blood supply from the heart which causes recurring heart attacks. It is observed only in one in three lakh children.

After being diagnosed Aditi underwent an urgent 9 hour surgery surgery to reposition her artery,  by a team of six doctors in a hospital in Mumbai. Aditi’s operation was a success and she escaped death by an inch. Her survival is nothing short of a miracle!

 

4) Cameron Mott: the little girl who lives with only half a brain!

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                                                              CAMERON AFTER THE SURGERY.

At the age of 3 Cameron Motts was affected by Rasmussen’s Syndrome, a condition that causes destruction of one side of the brain. Her condition would  often cause  up to 10 seizures a day.

According to the doctors, the only way to stop her seizures was to perform a medical procedure called a hemispherectomy, that is, removing the non-functional half of the brain. Imagine someone telling you that your child is going to be operated to get rid of half her brain!

It was a tough decision to make but in the end her parents agreed and Cameron successfully got through the procedure. And today little cam, as her family calls her, is a healthy 15 year old who loves to dance!

 

5) Baby Dimple: A baby girl who still awaits her fate…..

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The stories sure are painful, but these tiny tots have shown more endurance and courage than most grown up adults. While, we appreciate you reading and shedding a tear or two while reading these stories, Impact Guru gives you this chance to help survive another such baby called Dimple, from Hyderabad, India is  6 months old and is suffering from a rare genetic disorder called severe combined immunodeficiency. Click here to learn how you can help her survive and live a long healthy life.

 

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