The Datta Family, Samyadev Datta MD, his wife Mala and daughter, Aditi are climbing Mount Kilimanjaro beginning June 14, 2019. They have generously offered their climb as a fundraising event for the benefit of RSDSA.
“Mt. Kilimanjaro has always been on my bucket list and I have dreamt of climbing it for many years. This year I hope to reach the summit with my wife and daughter. It’s a once in a lifetime experience and we are all excited to take on this challenge and grow physically, emotionally and spiritually.”
“We have been supporting RSDSA for many years for all the fantastic work they do for such a large number of patients and their families. This a great opportunity for us to show that we will continue to support this cause.”
How about a bonus for reaching the summit?
Let’s support & encourage the Datta Family in their brave & extraordinary endeavor! Please donate now.
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain on the continent of Africa. It is located in Northeast Tanzania. It is 19,340 feet high and tallest freestanding mountain on earth.
Dr. Datta is Director of the Center for Pain Management in Hackensack, NJ. He is Board Certified pain specialist and Board Certified Anesthesiologist. He is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists of England. His expertise is grounded with over 30 years of helping patients in pain from all walks of life. His post-doctoral training includes positions in England and at the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York. He completed his fellowship in pain management from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
A respected expert in pain management, he is involved in research trials on pain and has published numerous articles including on neurolytic techniques for cancer pain management, chronic pain syndromes and ethical dilemmas in pain management.
He is very passionate about treatment of complex regional pain syndrome and dedicated to the community of RSD/CRPS.
Donations will go to RSDSA. RSDSA uses funding to help people with CRPS. From educational opportunities and awareness events, such as conferences and walks, to being a driving force behind research for better treatments, RSDSA strives to make a difference in the lives of people affected by CRPS. RSDSA also provides emergency financial assistance for those that need help with medical expenses, as many people with CRPS/RSD are unable to work. Funding from this event will go towards helping the CRPS community.
RSDSA is a national non‐profit organization. For over 35 years, we have educated, supported, and provided hope to all those affected by CRPS/RSD while driving research for better treatments and a cure. All donations and product/service donations are tax‐deductible. Checks can be made out to RSDSA. RSDSA’s tax ID number is 22‐2559139.