Guwahati: A middle aged journalist is suffering from cancer appeals for help from his colleagues. Kishore Kirat, who used to work for ‘Purbanchal Prahari’ and ‘Dainik Purvoday’ was diagnosed with gland cancer five year back and he still fighting with the disease. Taking a break for few years, Kishore, 40, had almost recovered after his prolonged treatment. Six months ago, he took the responsibility of the editor of Nepali magazine from Guwahati.
But he was once again diagnosed with lung cancer (Malignant tumor of non small cell carcinoma) last month and now he is undergoing treatment at B Barua Cancer Institute. Now he needs immediate treatment, but his blood count has reduced drastically and the attending doctors have advised him to take sufficient rest and also nutritious food so that he can withstand the after affect of the treatment. Meanwhile, Kishore who hails from a remote village in northern bank of Brahmaputra in central Assam, has resigned form his job (as editor of Nepali Magazine) due to his poor health status. Kishore has the determination to fight the disease and he needs some financial supports from is well wishers.
Anyone who wants to extend financial supports (whatever the amount may be) to Kishore Kirat, may kindly contact him at 09401996234. Support in the form of cash may also be deposited to the office of Guwahati Press Club for the next 15 days. The contribution to Kishore Kirat will be declared officially later, stated in a press release.