In India, more than 50,000 new cases of childhood cancer are reported each year – and less than 40% complete treatment. Childhood cancer has the best prognosis when diagnosed early, coupled with treatment in tertiary care centres with multidisciplinary teams. 



Haemophilia is a genetic bleeding disorder where an essential blood clotting factor is either partially or completely missing. Predominantly affecting boys, haemophilia can be severe, moderate, or mild based on the level of clotting factor in the blood.

Congenital Heart Defect

In India, around 2,00,000 babies are born with Congenital Heart Defects (CHD) each year. These defects affect the structure of a baby’s heart and how it functions. 


Tiara Haemophilia and Cancer Foundation

-Health equity for all children in India


 REG OFFICE: 202, 2nd floor, Tropical's Ashrama, 7/2 Krishnaswamy Avenue, Mylapore, Chennai - 004

VHS SAMHITA: Abhimanyu Block, Voluntary Health Services, SH49A, Pallipattu, Tharamani, Chennai-113