Lymphoblastic Leukemia

  • Chennai braveheart Subash dies June 7, 2007

    New Delhi: The boy wanted to be a pilot when he grew up. But he died young at the age of 5 years after a short struggle with a lethal form of blood cancer. Five-year-old Subash, the only son of a Chennai couple who was suffering from acute lymphoblastic leukemia, died...
  • Stem cell therapy can cure Subash April 30, 2007

    New Delhi: Medical biotechnology holds much promise for five-year-old Subash, the only son of a couple in Chennai, who is suffering from a potentially fatal form of leukemia. The need of the hour for Subash is a stem cell therapy, a procedure that involves a bone marrow transplant. But the bone...
  • Help pours in for Chennai boy April 30, 2007

    Chennai: He wants to be a pilot when he grows up and contributions to make that possible are pouring in from across the world. So is love and support for five-year-old Subash, who's suffering from acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Subash needs to undergo a stem cell transplantation. People from places as...
  • Donate! Save 5-yr-old Subash April 30, 2007

    A Chennai-based doctor and his wife are fighting for funds to keep their son Subhash alive, a leukemia patient. ...
  • Donate: Save 5-year-old Subash June 20, 2007

    Chennai: A Chennai-based doctor and his wife are fighting for funds to keep their son Subash alive. Five-year-old Subhash suffers from acute lymphoblastic leukemia. His only hope now is an unrelated stemcell transplant, a procedure that's only available outside India and will cost his parents nearly Rs 1.4 crore, the kind...