I am Sravanthi, sister of Kota Sharmila. She got effected by GBS(http://www.healthline.com/health/guillain-barre-syndrome#Overview1) and is fighting for her life in Trust Hospitals, Sarpavaram, Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India. We are 5 sisters. I know all those struggles that my family went through to make us educated and employed youth of India. But
In a country like India where giving birth to a girl is no less than a curse, my mother bore the responsibility of 5 of us and is successful in that process. But would have dreamt that she would suffer through such a plight of seeing her own daughter on the death bed.
She can be saved. But we need money for that. There is no cure for GBS but there are vaccines which are costing around Rs.10000 to rs. 15000 per injection. She is in this state from the past few weeks. Thanks our relatives, friends, her friends and their friends who contributed significant amount of money to save her. The treatment so far costed us Rs. 7,00,000.
But the cost of continuing the procedure is so high that 5 days of the injection course itself is costing around 4 lacs and in addition to this there are ICU, medicine and other charges.
Half of India is middle class. Imagine the plight of that mother who is praying for the recovery of her child.
I request to you all that please contribute some amount to save her. 5,10,100,1000 what ever it is please contribute for her. It is an investment without any return but all these amount united can save a life.
We say only god can give or take lives. But we can become gods by saving this helpless child.
If you want to contribute deposit the money to the following account and watsapp on 9581882245,8143891738.
The account details are
Acc Name: Kota Subbalaxmi
account no :31089409703
IFSC code: SBIN0003410
Her hospital details:
Name of the hospital: Trust Hospitals
Location: Sarpavaram, Kaninada, Andhra Pradesh, India
InPatient No: 22155 (ICU ward)
Hospital Contact number: 0884-2382381,2382382.
I am attaching all the medical records for you to verify. Please go through them, call the hospital, inquire about it and then contribute to the cause.