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Save Amit from Scrub Typhus Disease

Amit Sharma, 32, sincere, affectionate and hard-working individual; son of Late. Sh. Ashok Kumar Sharma and Smt. Kusum Lata; a permanent resident of Beghampur, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi; a middle-class, salaried employee with Adglobal360 in Gurgaon; was diagnosed with scrub typhus metabolic encephalopathy (multi-organ involvement post CPR status with seizure disorder) a few days back which is a severe condition. Despite his diligence, he and his family do not have the wherewithal for his treatment. He has been showing signs of recovery and can be treated provided we mobilize the resources. He is currently undergoing treatment at Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket. Any change in his medical care might diminish the likelihood of his full recovery. Please help us in raising funds to bring him back on his feet. 
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9th November 2017
Dear Supporters,

Here is a quick update on Amit.
It gives us immense pleasure to inform you that Amit is doing quite well and will fully recover from his illness.
With all our prayers and support, he has fought well!

Regards
Dear Supporters,

Here is a quick update on Amit.
It gives us immense pleasure to inform you that Amit is doing quite well and will fully recover from his illness.
With all our prayers and support, he has fought well!

Regards
31st October 2017
Dear Supporters,

We are relieved to share that the persistent nursing has brought Amit around. He is now out of danger and on road to speedy recovery. He is expected to be issued a clean bill of health in near future.

Many thanks for your all-important assistance. It is the time we drew this fund-raising exercise to a close. We are hoping to see him back on his feet real soon.

Thank you so much for your love and support.

Regards.
Dear Supporters,

We are relieved to share that the persistent nursing has brought Amit around. He is now out of danger and on road to speedy recovery. He is expected to be issued a clean bill of health in near future.

Many thanks for your all-important assistance. It is the time we drew this fund-raising exercise to a close. We are hoping to see him back on his feet real soon.

Thank you so much for your love and support.

Regards.
19th October 2017
Dear Supporters,

Your help and prayers have helped Amit pull through the life-threatening condition. His mother and doctors are nursing him back to health. He has been recuperating and will get well again with time and proper medical care. Doctors have weaned him off the ventilator. He is now conscious and responsive. Although the heavy medication renders him drowsy throughout the day. He spoke to his mother for a bit.

Doctors are yet to do some tests to check the functioning of his kidneys. But rest of the organs are working fine now. This is a spark of hope. May this spark light up your life. Happy Diwali to all of you.

Regards,
Amit's Colleague
Dear Supporters,

Your help and prayers have helped Amit pull through the life-threatening condition. His mother and doctors are nursing him back to health. He has been recuperating and will get well again with time and proper medical care. Doctors have weaned him off the ventilator. He is now conscious and responsive. Although the heavy medication renders him drowsy throughout the day. He spoke to his mother for a bit.

Doctors are yet to do some tests to check the functioning of his kidneys. But rest of the organs are working fine now. This is a spark of hope. May this spark light up your life. Happy Diwali to all of you.

Regards,
Amit's Colleague
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Rs.356,143
raised of Rs.1,200,000 goal

157 Supporters

Beneficiary: Amit Sharma info_outline

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Anonymous donated Rs.1,000
about 1 year ago

Get well soon.

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Anonymous donated Rs.50
about 1 year ago
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Anonymous donated Rs.2,000
about 1 year ago

Hope you get well soon

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Anonymous donated Rs.250
about 1 year ago
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Anonymous donated US $100
about 1 year ago

We wish you a speedy recovery! All the best!

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Anonymous donated Rs.100
about 1 year ago