A single mom from Sydney, Australia, is clinging to hope as donations continue to trickle in to help pay for a complex surgery her 3-year-old daughter needs to live a normal life. “The increase in donations helps keep my hope for Twisha’s cure,” Sweety Makwana said yesterday. Makwana is trying to raise hundreds of thousands
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Little Twisha Makwana was born with an esophagus that stops short of her stomach — leaving her little chance of ever living a normal life — but the Australian toddler’s mother, determined to give her daughter her best shot, has brought her to Boston in hopes of getting a $1.2 million operation she can’t afford.
‘Little drops make the mighty ocean!’ This is the only mantra ruling the life of Sydney-based single mum Sweety Makwana. Tirelessly reinforcing the adage every single day, she recently moved a step further towards her only goal in life, Mission Twisha Charity. It was nothing short of a milestone for Sweety and Twisha, as this
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The 15-month-old was born with a large gap in her food pipe, making her unable to eat and has to be fed through a button on her belly. Her mother Sweety, 29, of Westmead, is pleading with the federal government to fund a $1.2 million trip to the Children’s Hospital Boston so Twisha can receive