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My Brother Has Forgotten How To Breathe, Help Him RE-LEARN Everything
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    Akbar Ali

    from Bangalore, Karnataka

If you knew my brother, Akbar Ali - you would agree that he is a kind, friendly and decent boy). He is a responsible son and a very loving brother.

He would always return home early, no matter what. But only that day he didn’t. He was hit by a drunken driver on 23rd Jan 2018 while returning home. He was bleeding from everywhere and had to undergo 5 emergency brain operations with multiple complications along with nose, neck and stomach procedures. He was battling for his life at Apollo Hospitals in Neuro ICU all this while.

His brain injury was so bad, that he has forgotten everything! He needs to re-learn how to breathe through his nose and swallow from his mouth. Even after 5 months, he is breathing through his trachea pipe and being fed from his stomach pipe.

Watch our story here. 

We have spent more than Rs. 40 Lacs on his treatment since Jan 2018. I have 100+ pages of paid bills for hospital charges, medicines and emergency consultations. Please whatsapp me at 91 - 8050805060 to review the pdf. 

The funds raised will be used towards his continued:
  • Hospital Expenses
  • Neuro Rehabiliation Program
  • Doctor Consultations
  • Medicines
  • Critical Nursing Care
  • ICU / Rehab Equipment Rentals
Help me save my only brother. He deserves a better (second) life. Kindly  share the fundraiser with your family and friends and help me reach the goal amount. I cannot thank enough!

Please find the details below.

"Akbar Ali needs critical care and constant supervision round the clock, else he will not survive." 

Dr. Arun Naik - Chief Neurosurgeon, Apollo Hospitals

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