Let's Help Some1 Today

Let’s help some1 is a not for profit volunteer based organisation started by Miss. Nikita Ajwani and Mr. Rohit Roy in the year 2016 currently running in Varanasi and Hyderabad. We work mainly for the welfare of Thalassemia patients and help the patients lead a normal life. We also raise awareness about this disorder so that our future generations are Thalassemia free.

At Let’s Help Some1, we believe that every individual in this world has the right to live and responsibility to help others live a happy life and hence our tagline says ‘Come forward for a Cause.’ We invite everyone to become the helping hands of Thalassemia patients.

Recent Events

Details about some of our Recent Events

Summers are the months when the blood banks go through blood scarcity mainly and to cover up these scarcity LHS along with Thalassemia and Sickle Cell Society (TSCS) organised a Blood Donation Camp on March 13th at Google, Hyderabad. A total of 337 units of blood were donated for the thalassemia sufferers. Thanking Rajanikar Kumar for being a strong support and conducting the event successfully. DONATE BLOOD & SAVE LIVES.

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Choti Si Aasha- a fun frolic and hopeful one day event organised by LHS and The Wishing Factory for the thalassemia kids in Hyderabad. The event invited 45 kids along with their family who were taught about leading a healthy life with thalassemia. The day consisted of fun events for our little patients along with some creative art work through which the kids presented their wishes to us with great hope and enthusiasm of their desires being fulfilled. The event was graced by the presence of Mrs. Sangeeta Wadhwa who motivated the crowd with her ‘Dus ka Dum’ points. We will soon fulfil the dreams and desires of kids to bring smile to their dulcet faces.

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Let’s help some1 conducted its first Free HLA Testing Camp on 17th of December 2017 for Thalassemia patients in Varanasi in collaboration with Stem Cell Registry India (SCRI), Bangalore and DKMS Germany. Mrs. Shalini Gambhir, Head, Community Services, Donor Recruitment and Communication, SCRI came from Bangalore to collect the samples and was accompanied by her associate Mr. Rajesh Chand. A total of 205 samples were received which included around 50 families and 98 among them got registered as universal donors under SCRI who will be ready to donate their stem cells if it is required by their genetic match. The tests will be conducted by DKMS, Germany. To make the day a memorable one for the kids a fun program was organised simultaneously, namely, Nanhe Taare which included cultural programs and card making competition for the kids. The event was graced by several guests including a 27 year old Thalassemia major patient who gave a motivational speech and had an interactive session with the little patients and their parents. The event was a great success especially because of all the LHS volunteers who took up the complex task of taking the samples of the donors after just a small training one day before the event. It was a memorable day which grasped the attention of many.

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LHS organized a seminar on Thalassemia awareness in St. Francis College for Women, Hyderabad. Some of the topics covered during the session were ‘What is Thalassemia’, ‘what are its symptoms’ and how it can be prevented. The session was attended by over 600 students. Some of the faculty members also attended the session. The seminar was a huge success and a lot of students and faculty members showed interest in volunteering for our organization. We endeavor to continue raising awareness about Thalassemia in schools, colleges and offices so that maximum people know about it and take preventive measures.

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We are looking for passionate and energetic people who would like to do something good for the society. If you feel you have these qualities, contact us. You can email us your Resumes, call us, or drop us a message with your details and we will get back to you.

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Managing a Thalassemia Patient As we know, there is no cure for Thalassemia, other than taking the risk of a Bone Marrow Transplant. A Thalassemia patient may need to spend their entire life with this disorder. In order to be able to lead a healthy life, there are some set of precautions that one canRead More…

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Haploidentical donors The haploidentical donors are those donors whose (Human leukocyte antigen) HLA matches with the patient. HLA is a protein that is found on all cells of our body. This protein in our immune system tells the difference between our own cells and foreign cells. The closer the HLA match between a donor andRead More…

The ultimate cure for Thalassemia is getting bone marrow transplant done. A bone marrow transplant is a medical procedure performed to replace bone marrow that has been damaged or destroyed by disease, infection, or chemotherapy. This procedure involves transplanting blood stem cells, which travel to the bone marrow where they produce new blood cells andRead More…

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Gene Therapy for Thalassemia Patients What is it? Gene therapy is a technique which will be used in future to treat and also prevent thalassemia. The gene which gives rise to this disease will be replaced by the healthy genes so that it helps to fight the diseases.  Diseases which are inherited, few cancers andRead More…

Policies on Thalassemia across the world. India is the Thalassemia capital of the world with 40 million carriers and over 1, 00,000 patients. But still there is no prevention and control programme at the national level. NGO’s and other private sector have taken the initiative to provide better health care. The National Policy on ThalassemiaRead More…

As we already know what Thalassemia patients go through, it was very important​ to give rights and benefits to them in order to support these patients. After years of activism, a law was passed where Thalassemia was included under the person with disability act. Now as you already know, Thalassemia is a lifelong disease andRead More…

Wheat Grass Therapy – A life saver for Thalassemia Patients   Wheat grass Therapy is one of the most powerful natural therapies for patients suffering from blood related disorders like Thalassemia. What is Wheat grass? Wheat grass is the young grass of our common wheat plant. This is either made into a juice or powderedRead More…

Thalassemia Intermedia Thalassemia Intermedia is a situation where the child is in between Thalassemia minor and Thalassemia major. This means that they do not require blood and other medication as frequently as a Thalassemia major patient. The major problem lies in the diagnosis of Intermedia. Unlike Thalassemia major, the symptoms do not show up atRead More…

Life of a Thalassemic In our first edition, we gave you a basic understanding about Thalassemia, how it occurs and what are the symptoms. Now, we are going to take you through the life of a Thalassemia patient. The life of a Thalassemia patient is very painful, both physically and mentally. Let us look atRead More…

What is Thalassemia? Thalassemia comes from the Greek word ‘thalassa’ which means ‘sea’, as the first instances of this disease were seen around the Mediterranean and ‘aemia’ which is also Greek for blood. Thalassemia is a genetic blood disorder where the body is not able to produce sufficient Hemoglobin which causes extreme form of Anemia.Read More…


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