"Thank you for your donations and blessings, regardless of race, so that the baby can receive treatment smoothly. We're all excited to watch him develop in the incubator day by day."

Muhammad Farel Mateen was born only a few weeks ago. Thanks to the generosity of the general public, the required RM80,000 treatment expenses were successfully funded. His parents appreciate the public's willingness to provide warmth and assistance when they are in need.

According to his mother, Robayiah Abd Rahman, Muhammad Farel Mateen's suspected hemorrhage and swelling in one of his knees were caused by blood vessels after further testing. Fortunately, it was not life-threatening, and surgery can be scheduled when the patient's health improves.

When Muhammad Farel Mateen of Perak was born, it was discovered that he had breathing problems. He was taken to the neonatal intensive care unit for examination. He was diagnosed with respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) and required treatment in an incubator with a ventilator.

However, the parents' family income cannot cover treatment costs of up to RM80,000. We would like to thank the generous people from all walks of life for their help in getting Muhammad Farel Mateen to get through this difficult time so that the newborn can receive the necessary treatment and return to his or her parent's arms as soon as possible.