Thursday, March 31, 2011

A generous Benefactor required for Actinomycosis patient

An a 18 year old boy with Thoracic Actinomycosis with superior Vena Cava Thrombosis requires treatment with oral medications and relevant investigations for monitoring for at least 6 months as follows:

Sl no. Name of drug/investigatio Dosage/frequency Monthly cost
1 Tab Azithromycin 500 mg per day Rs. 750.00
2 Tab Clindamycin 900 mg per day Rs. 3600.00
3 Tab Doxycyclin 200 mg per day Rs. 50.00
4 Tab Acenocoumarol 5 mg per day Rs. 200.00
5 PT/INR weekly Rs. 1200.00
Total Rs. 5800.00

Any generous benefactor can come up and help this boy directly in getting the requied medicine for him in his place in Begu Sarai, Bihar. Contact DNipCare by email: or telephone 9891008356

kv hamza,
General Secretary, DNipCare

Monday, March 28, 2011

Sad demise of Ram Narayan - Kishangarh

We are very sad to inform everybody that Mr. Ram Narayan (40) of Kishangarh, suffering from Glioblasoma multiforme (GBM)died today in Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Hospital. In addition to Dr. Anjay, this patient was well attended by Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Saleem and Dr. MM Kunju etc., from DNipCare.

kv hamza,
General Secretary, DNipCare

Thursday, March 24, 2011

We are grateful to GMR

GMR spends for charity not only on Education of underprivileged, but on Palliative care of ailing patients also.

We are grateful to GMR group for their generous gesture in supporting the Palliative Care mission under DNipCare on both occasions of World Palliative and Hospice Care Day during 2009 and 2010.

kv hamza,
General Secretary, DNipCare

Friday, March 18, 2011

Noble Thinking & Great Deed

One of our ardent volunteers under DNipCare just telephoned to find
whether there is any blood donation requirement as on date
for any of our patients because he wanted to donate blood again.

He was confirming that he has completed three months period
after his last blood donation to one of our patients.
We do keep a note of our blood donation and receipt account also
in the Finance and Accounts Management section of our website
and my immediate instinct was to check his last date.
I called him back to inform that he had donated on 18th December only
and today is just 18th March.
Hearing the previous date he was very happy to reaffirm that
today is 18, he can give again and going to give tomorrow
to somebody requested for in NOIDA.
To that commitment I had nothing to say,
but wish him all the best and ask him to take care.

Oh!!! A second thought came to the mind.
Between December and March,
the very small February with 28 days was also there.
So our perceived 90 days for three months might not have been completed by today.
The calculative mind with accounts back ground worked out the total days
to find that our Good Samaritan was not only great in his deeds
and mind but ample clear in his thought processes as well.

Hats off to you Haridasan Sir !!!!!!

kv hamza
General Secretary, DNipCare

Wish every community leader to follow suit

Wish every community and religious leader to follow suit in propagating solace to the ailing patients.

kv hamza,
General Secretary, DNipCare

Saturday, March 12, 2011

The only certain thing in Life -'Death' An article in Times of India

PHOTO FINISH is an article in today's, i.e., 13th March 2011 Times of India - Intersections page - talking about The only certain thing in Life i.e., 'Death' and people's perspective, written by Ms. Saira Kurup. Thank you Saira and TOI for writing about DNipCare's activities also.


kv hamza,
Gen. Secretary,DNipCare

Palliative Care Review Meeting - 12 March 2011

Friday, March 11, 2011

Can't it be our model also ?

Mr. Rajan is following a model for charity. Can't it be our model also? We need to ponder over and act!!! Even little bit empathy from everybody will really be a boon for all ailing patients.

kv hamza,
Gen. Secretary, DNipCare

Monday, March 7, 2011

We salute You Sir

The squirrel was dipping in sea, rolling on sand and repeating it endlessly to add sand to the bridge Lord Rama was making to rescue Sita Devi. Here also we find a real hero in Omkar Nath Sharma on whose back God’s hand will always be there.

Truly Sir, We salute you with respect.

kv hamza

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Malyala Manorama Open House - DNipCare participation

We the volunteers of DNipCare are grateful to Malayala Manorama newspaper for their providing us an insight to the Palliative arena and thereby leading us to establish this initiative in 2008. We are also fondly remember their continued support for this humanitarian cause of Palliative Care. We happily participated in the Open House, a common platform, arranged by Malayala Manorama today, i.e., 5th March 2011 to discuss various burning issues concerning the Malayalees in general and the Delhi Malayalees in particular.

kv hamza,
General Secretary, DNipCare

Palliative Care Sensitization Lecture in Jamia Millia Islamia University

Extension Lecture on Palliative Care was given to the students of Social Work Department, Jamia Millia Islamia University, Delhi in the forenoon and a sensitization programme held for the members of Social Forum in the afternoon today, 5th March 2011. We do expect that the potential of students could be effectively channelized to provide quality Palliative Care to the ailing patients in the residential colonies around their University. All the receptive, committed students of the department shows a ray of hope for a bright future for the Palliative discipline in their hands and thereby not only hope for providing succour to the debilitating patients, but also for disseminating this Palliative culture and attitude to lot many members of student fraternity.

kv hamza, General Secretary, DNipCare