17-year-old Abinash urgently needs to undergo heart surgery to survive

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17-year-old Abinash was born with a condition called Ventricular Septal Defect which is a hole in the heart wall and reduces the oxygen levels entering the heart.

Six months back he underwent a surgery to repair the hole and while the hole was closed an infection spread in his heart which has now made him very weak. Yesterday he went to Apollo Children's Hospital where he was diagnosed with Infected Endocarditis, which is an infection in the heart. He has been recommended to urgently undergo an Open Heart surgery to replace the infected valves in his heart.

He is suffering and is well aware of the dreaded fact that if things don't go well, this might be the last he ever breathes.

Abinash and his family hail from a small town in Assam. He's currently in class 12 and has been missing his classes from past few months due to the severity of his health that requires him to travel to Chennai quite often.

Abinash is in a critical state as he is extremely weak and is planned to undergo surgery in two days. Unfortunately, his family do not have the funds to pay for his surgery.

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Abinash is a 17-year-old young adult who has a promising future ahead of him. He deserves every chance at sickness-free life. The estimated cost of entire treatment is Rs 5 Lakhs, an amount which is much beyond the family's meagre means. The surgery has to take place tomorrow, failing which Abinash's chances of survival are minimal. Funds raised through this fundraiser will go towards the treatment of this 17-year-old.
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Rs.26,802
raised of Rs.500,000 goal

16 Supporters

3 Days to go

Payment options: Online, cheque pickups

Beneficiary: Abinash Haloi info_outline

Supporters (16)

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Ahmed donated Rs.500
SP
Sophy donated $39.68

Praying for a speedy recovery.

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Sukanya donated Rs.2,000
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Anonymous donated Rs.50
SS
Sudipto donated Rs.500
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swami donated Rs.500