Save Bodhisatya - A Rising Star

Bodhisatya Mondal is a bright, energetic youth from Garia, Kolkata, West Bengal. Hailing from a low income family, Bodhisatya was diagnosed with cancer in 2013 and is fighting with the deadly disease since. He already went through 8 chemotherapy sessions and is currently admitted to Tata Memorial Centre in Mumbai. He is waiting for his family to gather the 15 Lakh Rupees needed for Bone Marrow Transplant.
Appearing in his board exams in a bedridden condition, Bodhisatya scored 92%. The board results came out on 28th May 2017 and Bodhisatya was never happier. We all hope Bodhisatya reaches his dream of becoming a cancer physician.
Please help us to save this rising star by donating whatever is possible for his medical procedures.

Income Certificate for Bodhishatya's Father
Income Certificate for Bodhishatya's Father
10th Marksheet
10th Marksheet
Medical Estimate
Medical Estimate
Tata Memorial Center ID
Tata Memorial Center ID
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26th July 2017
Dear Supporters,

Here is an update on Monoranjan's health,

He is doing better now.  Six cycles of chemotherapy have been undertaken and there were no side effects as such. The doctors have advised for a bone marrow transplant. The stem cells have been collected from the donor. The date of the transplant has not yet been decided upon yet.

We will keep you posted further on his health. Thank you for all the love and support. Please do keep him in your prayers.

Team Milaap.

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Subhasish donated Rs.1,000
N donated Rs.500

God bless you a healthy life bro.

Anonymous donated Rs.500

God bless you

Anonymous donated Rs.500
Abinash donated Rs.5,000

Get well Soon!

Debashis donated Rs.2,000