Four-year-old Ishaanvi saw the challenges that her grandmother was facing and realised that even though she was braving her treatment, she had fallen prey to social stigma.
When you are going through a hard time in life, remember that sometimes inspiration comes from the most unlikely of places.
Something similar happened to Ishaanvi’s grandmother when she was diagnosed with Stage 4 T-Cell Lymphoma last year. Even as she was fighting the disease and powering through the treatment like a brave warrior, the social stigma almost brought her to her knees.
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Four-year-old Ishaanvi saw the challenges that her grandmother was facing and realised that even though she was braving her treatment, she was ashamed about the fact that she was losing her hair and would have to hide behind a wig.
Ishaanvi wanted to support her grandma through her fight and decided to do something that most adults would find unthinkable!
Read the story by Humans of Bombay below, to know how Ishaanvi became her grandmother’s greatest support when she was battling cancer.
(Edited by Gayatri Mishra)
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