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Support Harihar Sahoo Recover From Brain Haemorrhage
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Need Rs.5,00,000
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    Surya Sadhan Sahoo
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Harihar Sahoo

    from Medinipur, West Bengal


My name is Surya Sadhan Sahoo and I am here to raise funds for my father in law Mr. Harihar Sahoo who is 69 years old. Harihar Sahoo lives in Medinipur, West Bengal with his spouse & children.

Harihar Sahoo is suffering from a Brain hemorrhage for a few weeks.  On 27th Nov, while attending a marriage party in Egra (Medinipur District on WB), he started feeling headache and dizziness. Very soon he became unresponsive and we had to rush him to Egra Super Speciality Hospital. He was immediately admitted to ICU and there he had vomiting. He was kept under observation and a CT scan was done on 28th morning which suggested haemorrhage in his brain. He was immediately referred to Kolkata.

He was admitted to the ICU of Institute of Neurosciences, Kolkata on 28th Nov. He was treated by Dr. Amit Kumar Ghosh and a brain surgery was done. He was in a state of deep coma since then. He was also in ventillator support. He was admitted there till Dec 10th. Unable to pay the hefty bills, I decided to shift him to Nil Ratan Sircar Medical College and Hospital, Sealdah, Kolkata.

Currently he is being treated in NRS by Dr. Raffique, and he is still not out of coma and is still in ventillator support. There has been no considerable improvement in his condition. The doctors at NRS are supposed to do another surgery, but until he is out of ventillator support, surgery won't be possible.

Until now, we've spent about Rs. 500000. we've arranged the amount from savings & loans.

In the next 30 days, we need Rs.500,000.00 more for further treatment. Please come forward to support my cause. Any contribution will be of immense help. Do contribute and share this campaign link with your friends and family.

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