Help Mridul fight his ultimate battle

Mridul Bhattacharjee, a 4th year Engineering student has been diagnosed with blood cancer (specifically AML type).
His father passed away last year leaving him to look after his sick mother. He does not have any siblings either.

Currently  he is being supported by his college friends, professors and volunteers across different segments of society, specifically by Kalyan Sir (73493 72561) and his school classmate Shashi Pandey (90311 82700). He is admitted in Tata Memorial Hospital.

Fortunately he is in the best place for treatment, at Tata Memorial Hospital and Mridul's chemotherapy treatment has now started.

The hospital has given a cost estimate of Rs. 10,00,000 for medical expenses. In the long run it may be difficult for us to manage these expenses.

With help from his network we have managed an amount of 4 Lakhs and still need 6 Lakhs to support him and help him fight through this battle.

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Please help Mridul make it and lead a healthy long life. 
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7th December 2016
Dear All,
This mail is to update you about the present condition of Mridul.
Couple of days back Mridul was discharged from hospital after getting the second chemo. He was doing well.
Today suddenly, he had fever in the morning. So he was brought to hospital for consultation. It was found that he is having low Blood Pressure of 100/60 and as per Doctor's advice he got admission again in hospital just few minutes back.
As there was only one vacancy in private ward, so we decided to get him admitted there due to urgency of situation. His new address now is 8th floor (Room no-801).
Hope he will be alright after clinical procedures.


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chiranjit donated Rs.500

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