Vrajlal always cared for and put others before himself. He was a happy and thoughtful person who went about his life in a quiet and humble way. This made him approachable and easy to talk to. He was first diagnosed with lymphoma back in 2016. After a full recovery, he continued to live a simple and happy life. He cared for his family and did some travelling as well. Then at the beginning of 2020, he was diagnosed with secondary acute myeloid leukaemia. Faced with cancer again, he went to his treatments with a brave face that always had a smile. He was offered intensive chemotherapy at the age of 74 because the doctors felt that he was strong enough both physically and mentally. So he decided to go for it in hopes for a quicker recovery. After having intensive chemotherapy, he battled for his life in ICU with multiple infections. He recovered after staying in the hospital for about a month and came home. Although initial signs were positive, later tests revealed that the leukaemia cells were growing stronger. Even then, he would go weekly for the management treatment and stayed hopeful. He remained positive regardless of how he was feeling. He never wanted to burden his family. He never let cancer rule his life and saw it as an average obstacle that he had to get through. He remained positive and strong until the very end and he left this world peacefully.

We, as his family, are asking you to donate for the research and development of blood cancers because he would never want anyone to suffer through this. He would want others to have treatment options that may not have been available for him, but rather help others recover and live their lives to the fullest. By supporting this cause, you will be helping to develop new forms of treatment to help fight the battle against blood cancers. Khatri Family