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Extending help for baby David.

No. 142: David B . Lunario, 1, Ulcerated Infantile Hemanjiomah, National Children’s Hospital

David was born with a muscular tumor in his mouth. Though the medical condition is benign, the treatment and medication costs are high considering that baby David belongs to a poor family. The parents’ source of income is backyard farming with meager earnings for their food but cannot sustain other basic needs more so the medical management of the sick child. David has a twin brother who is, fortunately, healthy.

The Chummy Chum Foundation sent immediate help with cash assistance for baby David’s health and medical management, plus grocery items to share with the family, along with Chummy Chum freebies such as coloring books, stuff toys, and wristbands.

CMAP Value Php 7,000 (value mentioned for transparency purposes)

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