A six-year-old in Tripura is suffering from a rare form of cancer making her eyes to grown and protrude. The pictures of Dhanika Tripura circulating on social media shows her eyes bleeding. She has been left blinded by the condition that began six weeks ago. According to the parents, their daughter who was ‘healthy’ and ‘joyful’ was suddenly affected by the condition. Lymphocytic Leukemia is a rare form of cancer of the white blood cells also known as acute lymphoblastic leukemia. The family who hails from a small village in Tripura could not afford a good making her condition severe.Also Read - Lifestyle Changes And Tips to Help Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

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The parents have been pleading for help and now a charity has decided to help, however, reportedly, there is only 10 percent of her chance of survival. The family needs more funds for Dhanika’s chemotherapy as her father, Dhanya Kumar Tripura works as a daily wage labourer while her mother Shashi Bala is a housewife. Daily Mail quoted Dhanya as saying, “Her condition brings tears to my eyes. I cannot even look into her eyes and talk to her anymore. Her eyes look so horrible. Her pain and condition break my heart and as a father, it is tragic to see a child suffering like this.” Also Read - TMC MP Sushmita Dev's Convoy Vandalised in Tripura, Party Alleges BJP Behind Attack

Dhanika has lost around 10kg in the past 45 days and now weighs 14kg. Her father said that she was taken to several doctors but with no help. Finally, she was diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukaemia at Agartala Government Medical College and Govind Ballabh Pant Hospital in New Delhi. Urging to save his daughter, she said, “I am not educated at all. I am so poor that I could not even send my children to school. I have done everything I could but still, her survival chances seem low. I have no money for her treatment but some people have volunteered to help my daughter. I owe my life to all of them.” To help Dhanika, you can donate here. Also Read - Can Five Hours of Physical Activity Per Week Prevent Cancer? A Study Answers