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August 29, 2019
“It was an honor to be invited to an event organized by our community and sharing my journey starting from a small village in Rajasthan to getting recognized at an International platform. Thank you once again for all the love, blessings and support coming on my way. It was a wonderful experience to share about healthy lifestyle practices, youth challenges and finding the purpose of life. What we will do for love will always be greater than what we do for money. May we all lead with love and change the world. “
July 20, 2019
Rajasthan Patrika featured our founder Dimple Parmar and the impact she and her team are creating through Love Heals Cancer. They mentioned how Dimple, hailing from a small town in Rajasthan is creating such an ecosystem to help cancer patients across various states in India. They saluted her efforts to bring this change in the healthcare space and expressed high regard for doing this work.
July 13, 2019
Our Founder was invited at SocioStory to share her amazing story and how she stood fiercely to overcome all the roadblocks which came her way. While going through this phase, she got to know certain voids that can be filled and hence embarked on her journey to start Love Heals Cancer. SocioStory is a social community platform, where anyone can pick up a microphone and speak about their very own tale of innovation, creativity, leadership, education or grit guts and glory.
June 10, 2019
Love Heals Cancer and its founder Dimple Parmar, were featured in Commonweal magazine. Commonweal is an organisation based in USA which focuses on three main segments: Health & Healing, Education & Arts, Environment & Justice Michael Lerner, President of Commonweal appreciated the work and impact Dimple and her organization is creating in India by offering various uncommon services to patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and others.
May 13, 2019
“When she learned about the diagnosis, her world stopped and shattered in front of her. Suddenly she was living her worst nightmare but she was still of the belief that miracles do happen… and why couldn’t one happen for them?. However, after about two years, a transformative journey, a few magical moments and attaining what could only be called a holistic and spiritual enlightenment, Nitesh passed away. “
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