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Help Devendra Fight Cancer
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    Devendra Belludi

    from Bengaluru

It’s a story of humble guy from small town of Karnataka (Haveri) with universe of dreams completed his engineering and started working in Bangalore.. After 3 years at Bangalore gets opportunity to work in USA for 4years and expected his life is taking a good turn and could make some savings and can lead a better life after coming from USA.
But he never expected that it will take a wrong turn during his stay at USA where he faces problem of food intake and he was diagnosed with stomach cancer...
It was a shocking moment for any guy at 30, to hear such a terrible news... A guys who dreamt of retuning and settling at India, have to fight the monster-stomach cancer.

He is very down to earth guy and never expected any bad to happen for his enemies too...
From April 2018 he underwent treatment at USA and now in Dec returned to India  (Manipal - mangalore) for further treatment since he requires family to look after and expenses are huge at USA.
Now almost all his savings and family savings are depleted to zero.
He requires helping hands for survival and he is very strong mentally and we have hope he will fight back and recover soon.

Please please support and we will be gratitude for our lives🙏

More details as Initial analysis as below

Devendra Belludi is a QC Engineer who works at an Engineering firm. Unfortunately in April 2018, his goals and dreams could no longer be his top priority after he was diagnosed with stomach cancer. He initially complained of not able to swallow food and food getting stuck in his pipes. He had then thrown up multiple times and then hit the ER immediately.

The ER recommended to see a specialist at Lewisgale Hospital. The gastroenterology doctor noticed something fishy in his stomach. He was recommended to see an Oncologist immediately and Scans revealed the worst possible scenario for him.. In his early 30s.. he was not able to believe what he just heard!! Dev decided to take a second opinion from Emily Couric - UVA. His colleagues and bosses at work supported him whole heartedly.  The UVA oncologist did not have any better news and had to concur.

His recent tests, PET Scans showed the tumor has spread to his north wall of Stomach and parts of Lymph nodes. So it was immediate Chemotherapy, radiation to shrink the affected parts. The surgeon will eventually have to remove his entire stomach and lymph nodes before it spreads like a monster. The doctors are positive this can be treated.. But he has to survive without a stomach. He was recommended to read about No Stomach for cancer. Please read about it below..

Since his diagnosis, even with the help of health insurance, his medical bills along with other costs have been and are still accumulating.  Hospital visits increase, especially with a major surgical procedure ahead, we anticipate many more expenses to come in the upcoming weeks.

Dev is a guy who has not done any wrong and liked by all of his friends and colleagues..  . During this heartbreaking journey, his family, friends, colleagues in Roanoke have been the epitome of strength. Even as he is in a constant state of pain, Dev still manages to keep his sense of optimism and responsibility. On the days that he is not receiving treatment, he is still working part time at his current employer to earn income to pay for day to day expenses. His family is not here and are in India.. His sister and brother in law have taken a sabbatical to help him fight this battle from India.. He has arranged for the flight tickets and stay with his current savings that are diminishing.. They arrive May 19th.. 2018. His recent events have not been positive either with his dear father passing away..

In this unfortunate phase of Dev's life, we are reaching out for any help we can give him. We appreciate any amount you are able to donate in helping him in this battle against cancer. Please keep him in your prayers and help us spread the word.

Lastly, we are beyond thankful for the time you have taken to read this campaign for our beloved friend Dev..

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