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14-year-old Dubai student recently created a record by donating her hair for cancer patients

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A 14-year-old Dubai student as of late made a record by giving her hair for the greatest number of times for cancer patients.

Aalia Rumana, a student of Dubai’s Indian High School, given her hair multiple times, 12 inches each time, from July 2016 to June 2021, to cancer charities like Friends of Cancer patients and Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon. She was awarded the honor by the India Book of Records last week.

Talking about what started her advantage in this honorable motivation, Aalia said: ” I have grown up seeing my folks serve the local area by chipping in for different drives, for example, food appropriation in labor camps, visiting the debilitated, assisting some with sicking individual get monetary assistance for treatment. This urged me to do my bit for society and when I saw my elder sister give hair for cancer patients, I cherished enabling ladies by this straightforward hair gift. I saw that how a straightforward hairpiece can give certainty, strength, and desire to somebody battling with hair misfortune because of chemotherapy.”

Aalia said she found out about breast cancer mindfulness through an association considered Protect your Mom that coordinated an occasion to make mindfulness about breast cancer (in October) at her school.

While elder sister Ayesha Jumana (a college student presently) has given her hair twice, Aalia has given her hair each elective year since 2016.

“I accept hair gift, however basic on one’s part, could truly have a major effect to somebody’s confidence and backing them during their cancer venture. Additionally, as a young lady, hair gift is a wonderful signal starting with one woman then onto the next.”

An all-rounder, Aalia also holds achievements in various fields. She is a black belt in karate; an ice skating winner at the GCC level; she is also part of KHDA clubs and a regular participant at Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) camps.

“I likewise do other social administrations, incorporating conveying persuasive discussions in labor camps, addresses about the evil impacts of smoking, drinking and that’s just the beginning. My future point is to work in the medical care field and offer my administration to other people. Helping other people hoists our hearts, brains, and spirits.”

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