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    Weʼve raised £0 to help my son for a batriactic surgery

    Southall, UK
    Closed on Monday, 10th December 2018

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    to My son is a victim of a syndrome by birth. it is known as 'LMBBS' Syndrome. Due to this syndrome. The main causes are blindness and obesity. There is no cure towards his blindness but research does prevail.

    My son's name is Asad, He weighs 160 kg. His team of doctors have suggested a Batriactic surgery by which he reduce weight by 30 to 40 kg's.

    Though I'm a British Citizen by birth. I spent a lot of years living abroad and lead a comfortable life by all means.

    My son, Asad, is the only reason that made me decide to return to the UK for his health monitoring and wellbeing.

    The "NHS" pays for Batriactic Surgeries as a contribution towards necessities and the individual having the surgery or his parents have pay for the remaining purposes.

    This is Why I'm here. Thank you.

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        MOHAMMAD SHEIKH

        MOHAMMAD SHEIKH

        Southall, UK

        I'm Mohammad Sheikh, I am Asad's father and official appointee. I'm concerned towards Asad's wellbeing and forthcoming surgery that the team of doctors have suggested for him.

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