Pakistani Baby in India becomes the youngest donor of bone marrow

Dawn today 17 December, 2016 publish a report which states “A Pakistani baby was the youngest infant to donate bone marrow in India.”

This was performed in Bengaluru, India. Eight month old Rayan a Pakistani to becomes the youngest donor of bone marrow. Rayan saved life of his elder sister, who is two year old name Zeenia, she was suffering from a very rare and highly potential / fatal disease known as Haemaphagocyctic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH).

Pakistani Baby in India becomes the youngest donor of bone marrow
Zeenia (with father), Rayan (in mother’s lap) and Dr. Sunil Bhat

Bone marrow transplant was the only cure for the ill baby

The only possible way to safe life of Zeenia was to perform surgery. This was successfully done despite many difficulties and challenges. Both the babies are doing well and after two months both will be release. Along with their parents, both children will be going back to Sahiwal, Pakistan. This will also be historic proud moment in both countries as of bone marrow transplant operation was successfully performed on such junior babies.

For detail report and further information please refer Daily Dawn dated 17 December 2016 and Times of India.  At this crucial time that is in November & December 2016 this will be highly positive attitude and reflection for the public of both the country. We as common public highly appreciate such gestures which means saving human life’s.

This news / report is very important, very good gestures news for all human beings.  Brief description is further summarized and made easy by Mahmood Hussain for Baby First Pakistan www.babyfirst.com.pk viewers on social and digital media.  

 

Article written by Mahmood Hussain for Baby First

 

About Mahmood Hussain

Professional Experience More than 36 years work experience in Healthcare & Pharmaceutical sectorDirector & General Manager Baby First (Pvt.) Ltd Pakistan March 2011 – till to date I have been associated with Baby First (Pvt) Ltd for more than 5 years. It is advisory, community and social interaction medium for parents 16-38 years and babies 0-6 years.General Manager Aga Khan Health Service Pakistasn December 2005 – December 2007 (2 years 1 month)Based at Karachi Pakistan Worked as General Manager managing Karachi & Baluchistan Health care services of AKHSP which includes primary and secondary health care centers and diagnostic centers on all areas nearly 102 centers which include three leading hospitals in Karachi.General Manager Janssen Cilag (Johnson & Johnson) February 1998 – January 2005 (7 years)Education MBA, Marketing 1995 – 1996, Preston University MSc, Biochemistry 1970 – 1974, Karachi University

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