Save Sagnik Who Is A Teenage Cancer Victim

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SAVE Saganik Banerjee today from dying to save the mankind in future . Sagnik Chatterjee a 19 years old boy from Kolkata, India whose neurologist, Prof. Dr., Siddhartha Ghosh, Director of Neuroscience, Apollo Hospitals, Chennai confirmed on 27.07.2017 that he had grade II oligodendroglioma astrocytoma, a form of brain cancer. To our further shock, it turned out that he actually had both cancer and MS. For treatment, he recommended surgery first, followed by chemotherapy and radiation..
Sagnik is an exceptionally meritorious student and he wants to be a doctor in future to devote his entire life for the service to the poorest section of the society and he got the such chances to getting admitted in the in India’s topmost Medical colleges like AIIMS, etc. by clearing various entrance examinations in like AIIMS(99.58), JIPMER(99.39), NEET(99.59) IN 2017.
As part of the prevailing medical establishment, doctors provide little hope and no real solutions... with any cancer they have three options (as they see it) surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. From their own assessment, none provide solutions for me and essentially would only be a palliative treatment.
Yet somehow, in the face of a dismal prognosis, Sagnik remains up-beat and hopeful. Sagnik is determined to look for new options on a whole range of fronts.
Today, Sagnik does know whether he would be able to get attended to the medical institutions this year because of his course of his ongoing treatments. His mother is a low paid government servant and father left his job to remain engrossed with Sagnik at home for medical urgency .
Initial calculations estimate that the costs to start this treatment are in the order of INR 18.00 Lakh and depending on the course of treatment, medications. Sagnik parents had already spent most their savings for his treatment.
By asking many to give a little, I hope to continue my focus on healing naturally and to gain access to treatments that I believe may hold the key to curing this cancer. Now, you can join me in this journey of healing by supporting my work to get well and help fund potentially life-saving treatments.
You please help by donating the amount by directly to Sagnik’s father’s account ( Tarak Banerjee, State Bank of India, Taltala Branch, Kolkata, A/c. No. 11337809972) or may contact me by roosedutta@gmail.com . Now, you can join me in this journey of healing by supporting my work to get well and help fund potentially life-saving treatments.
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Result of AIIMS 2017 showing his percentile
Result of AIIMS 2017 showing his percentile
Result of JIPMER MBBS Exam 2017 Showing more than 99% percentile
Result of JIPMER MBBS Exam 2017 Showing more than 99% percentile
Prescription of Prof. Dr. Sidhartha Ghosh , Apollo Hospital, Chennai
Prescription of Prof. Dr. Sidhartha Ghosh , Apollo Hospital, Chennai
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