It's amazing what a shithole India is...We need a gif of Bugs sawing off this horror of a country...How 'bout these idiots stop reproducing Child with 'rugby ball' head tumour desperately needs life-saving operation, parents plead 10:02, 15 Jan 2016 By Taniya Dutta Renu Singh's parents are desperate for help and admit they cannot afford the operation that will save their daughter's life The parents of an Indian girl with a tumour in her head the size of a rugby ball are desperately pleading for an operation that will save their daughter's life. Renu Singh, three, suffers from a strange tumour in her head that has swollen to the size of a small rugby ball. The unusual condition not only leaves her in unbearable pain but also unable to walk, sleep or sit normally because of the weight of her head. The girl's parents are hoping to find a doctor willing to take on her care - and help cure her. Caters Painful: Renu struggles with the huge mass on the back of her head Mother Pramila Singh, 30, who works as a domestic help is inconsolable with her daughter’s plight. She says: “I am helpless. I watch her cry all the time and I know she is slowly advancing towards death. I do not know how long she will survive with that painful tumour in head.” Caters Risk: Renu desperately needs a life-saving operation Pramila and her husband Kumar, 32, a daily wage labour from a tiny village in Uttar Pradesh in northern India, were unaware of the condition Renu - their eighth daughter - had been suffering from. They took her to several local doctors but were each time told to consult a specialist in advanced hospitals. Unfortunately, due to their low income, Renu’s parents could not afford to continue her treatment. Caters Worried: Renu's family are fearful that their daughter may die if she doesn't get the treatment she needs Pramila said: “She was born via normal delivery just like my other children. Because none had any complication, we never felt the need for sonography during the pregnancy. "She was a normal child but as she grew, we noticed a lump growing in the middle of her head. At first we thought it was just a boil and would go but it only grew bigger with time. “She would cry if I touched it or led her down for sleep. Alarmed by her unknown condition we started taking her to doctors and were finally told it is a tumour and she can die if not operated soon.” Caters Family: Renu was born without any complications Kumar said: “Doctors suggested we take her to better surgeons but we could not as we do not have the means or money to take her to a bigger hospital or foot the bills of her treatment. "We have so many mouths to feed from the paltry income, thinking about her treatment is beyond our capacity." The parents are now hoping to get either medical help or financial aid from the authorities that could help their daughter get a life-saving surgery. “She cannot go to school nor can she spend her childhood like other children. My only hope is now to get help either from authorities or a Good Samaritan who can give my daughter the gift of life,” said a hopeful Pramila.