About two years ago, Aadhaar Sulochana Mulia lost a teacher and a friend after a daring battle with cancer. She then decided to grow her hair so that she could donate hair for wigs for cancer patients. Soon, eight of his friends joined him. Adhalu, a student of Shakti PU College, IAU, Mangaluru, said: “We have set up two hair donation camps in Putur and Karkala, where about 200 people have donated hair. At present, we have enough hair in stock to make customized wigs.
The Mulia Foundation, started by her father Keshab Prasad Mulia in Putur, is sponsoring Wigs for cancer patients. Each wig made in Bangalore or Tamil Nadu costs around Rs 8,000 and students prefer 15-20 inch hair length as a grant as most patients prefer long hair wigs.
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Students including Isha Sulochana Mulia, Kanya Sethi, Barsha K, Akshay Parvati, Kaushal Subrahmanya, Neha Bhat, Hitha Kazi, Samarth Ram and Aadha organized a three-day Cancer Awareness Virtual Program, Sakhiam under the guidance of Mulia Foundation. Akanksha Charitable Trust on 13, 14 and 16 August in collaboration with JCI Putur. Aanchal Sharma, a cancer survivor, shared her story and inspired cancer patients. On the second day, Dr. Gur Guruprasad Bhat, Oncologist, KIMS Hospital, talked about the diagnosis, stage, preconditions and treatment of cancer and emphasized on regular follow-up. On the third day, Dr. Rabichandra Karkal, a psychologist at Yenepoa Hospital, instructed the participants on how to communicate with cancer patients and how to inspire them to win against cancer.
“This awareness campaign has inspired us to take more action. We are planning to join cancer patients soon, and have already launched Dr Chethana Meditation Therapy and will be launching Dance Therapy by Deepak Kumar soon. All activities are free for cancer patients
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