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Help My Cousin Brother Fight Subglottic Stenosis

Hello All,

My little cousin brother Tushar joshi(s/o Satish Joshi) who is just 15 year old has subglottic stenosis and its  grade 3rd.   I have uploaded here files as well for idea.  ENT doctors told , its not possible to go with balloon dilation so needed tracheal anastomosis and might be needed stent . 
Please help me here.
Currently he has tracheostomy tube to take oxygen.  
My self Pratik Joshi , Working professional in IT company in Ahmedabad, India.   I am basically from banswara, Rajasthan. I am requesting here for my cousin brother.

Thanks
Pratik Joshi, Ahmedabad, India
Mob- +919712493361
https://www.linkedin.com/in/erpratikjoshiwebanalyst/ 




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Tushar in ICU after Surgery
Tushar in ICU after Surgery
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30th July 2020
Dear All,

A big thanks from my bottom of the heart to all the people who supported my brother from directly and indirectly as well by sharing about him. My brother has been published now in the Rajasthan newspaper as he got 1st division in the 10th board exam of Rajasthan.

The spirit of studies - a great example of what is the passion, the little boy of Thikariya village, District Banswara, Rajasthan (India).

From the last 16 months, he has a tracheostomy tube to take Oxygen, Tushar Joshi S/o Satish Joshi, 15 years is struggling with subglottic stenosis. The struggle is still going on. Not losing hope, he attended 10th board Rajasthan exams and got 68 %.



News Link - https://epaper.patrika.com/rajasthan/banswara/2020-07-29/44/page-1.html

Note:  Treatment is still going and he is at home now. The doctor told it is a big risk to remove the tracheostomy tube as of now due to COVID.

Please do support us with his medical treatment expenses. Please share the campaign as much as possible with all your near & dear ones.

Regards,
Pratik Joshi.
Dear All,

A big thanks from my bottom of the heart to all the people who supported my brother from directly and indirectly as well by sharing about him. My brother has been published now in the Rajasthan newspaper as he got 1st division in the 10th board exam of Rajasthan.

The spirit of studies - a great example of what is the passion, the little boy of Thikariya village, District Banswara, Rajasthan (India).

From the last 16 months, he has a tracheostomy tube to take Oxygen, Tushar Joshi S/o Satish Joshi, 15 years is struggling with subglottic stenosis. The struggle is still going on. Not losing hope, he attended 10th board Rajasthan exams and got 68 %.



News Link - https://epaper.patrika.com/rajasthan/banswara/2020-07-29/44/page-1.html

Note:  Treatment is still going and he is at home now. The doctor told it is a big risk to remove the tracheostomy tube as of now due to COVID.

Please do support us with his medical treatment expenses. Please share the campaign as much as possible with all your near & dear ones.

Regards,
Pratik Joshi.
5th March 2020
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the support and hearty donations.
Tushar is getting better  and he has been discharged but he is still taking oxygen through tracheostomy tube.
Further bills will be posted after the next checkup
Kindly continue supporting us and keep us in your prayers.

Regards,
Pratik Joshi
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the support and hearty donations.
Tushar is getting better  and he has been discharged but he is still taking oxygen through tracheostomy tube.
Further bills will be posted after the next checkup
Kindly continue supporting us and keep us in your prayers.

Regards,
Pratik Joshi
26th February 2020
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love. Tushar's treatment is still going on and the tracheostomy tube is there in his neck to take oxygen.  He is doing well now but still looks like a long way to go. Please continue supporting. Thank you.

Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love. Tushar's treatment is still going on and the tracheostomy tube is there in his neck to take oxygen.  He is doing well now but still looks like a long way to go. Please continue supporting. Thank you.

Rs.229,502 raised

Goal: Rs.500,000

Beneficiary: Tushar Joshi info_outline

Supporters (126)

TP
Tushar donated $100
RG
Rahul donated Rs.5,000

Get well soon Tushar!

A
Anonymous donated C$50

Get well soon

PJ
Pallav donated Rs.2,500
D
Darshit donated Rs.5,000
M
Murali donated $100