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Help Thangaraj Fight A Blood Clot In His Brain
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    Thangaraj M.

    from Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu

Nineteen-year-old Thangaraj was on his bike when he was hit by an oncoming lorry and knocked over unconscious. 

"My world came shattering down. One minute I am speaking with him on the phone, the next, he is unconscious, critical, filled with tubes." - Murugesan,46, father of Murugesan 

Murugesan is a labourer specializing in tile work in a construction company and is the sole breadwinner for his wife Kanakavalli and son, Thangaraj. 

Thangaraj, an engineering student, had decided to meet with his father at his grandmother's place, 1 kilometer away from his house. He stepped out of his house and mounted his bike. He traveled only 20 meters when a speeding lorry from the opposite direction collided with his bike and threw Thangaraj on the road.

Passersby who witnessed this horrific incident did not waste any time in taking Thangaraj to the hospital where he was wheeled in to the Intensive Care Unit for a craniotomy surgery.

What is Craniotomy?

A craniotomy is a surgical operation in which a bone flap is temporarily removed from the skull to access the brain. Craniotomies are often critical operations, performed on patients who are suffering from brain lesions or traumatic brain injury (TBI). 


Thangaraj just completed his second year of engineering and is a brilliant student.

"His batchmates, friends and even teachers visit him regularly. To know that my son has created such an impact is so heartwarming," said a teary-eyed Murugesan who does not allow his financial constraints come in the way of paying his son's college fee promptly. 

So far, he has paid Rs.4.5 lakh. 


Murugesan and Kanakavalli are facing their biggest hurdle, trying to keep their son alive. Thangaraj has had a successful surgery and is out of the ICU.

"We are relieved. It kills me that I cannot provide for my son's treatment. I am and will continue to do everything that I can to give my son the best life," said a distraught Murugesan.

When he is not at work, he is at the hospital, getting medicines and sitting by Thangaraj's side trying to cheer him up as much as possible.

How Can You Help?

Your support can help this brilliant student and his distraught parents pay the medical bills and ongoing treatment and successfully come out of this tragedy. 

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