Mumbai’s first paediatric heart transplant patient score 63% in HSC

After the surgery, it took her three months to step outside of her home, Sweden is now aiming to pursue BMS and start working soon to help her parents financially. She now has no more health restrictions, she is living a normal life

Mumbai’s first paediatric heart transplant patient score 63% in HSCCity’s first paediatric heart transplant patient, Sweden D’Souza, scores 63.38 per cent in HSC exam. The Vikhroli resident had underwent heart transplant in January 2016 after she was diagnosed with dilated cardiomyopathy — an end-stage heart disease. “It is a moment of pride for us. She was not able to attend school for more than […]

This is how we can SaveAaradhya

Doctors and experts suggest ways on how we can help #SaveAaradhya

This is how we can SaveAaradhyaOn Thursday (February 10), Aaradhya Mule was admitted to hospital for ninth time since April last year. The four-year-old, who is suffering from an end-stage heart disease or Dilated Cardiomyopathy, is in need of a heart transplant and Fortis Hospital’s hunt for a heart donor still continues. The hospital has been relentlessly searching for a […]

Save Aaradhya: A call to the nation to save a life

This documentary tracks one-year-long painful journey of three-year-old Aaradhya Mule who is fighting an end-stage heart disease. It shows the struggle of her hapless parents who are running from pillar to post in search of a heart for transplant

Save Aaradhya: A call to the nation to save a life#SaveAaradhya – Do you have a ‘Heart’ for this 3-year-old? (An English Documentary)   Who is Aaradhya Mule? Aaradhya Mule is a three-year-old Mumbai girl who is suffering from end-stage heart disease (Dilated Cardiomyopathy). She was diagnosed with the disease in April, 2016. Aaradhya has viral myocarditis, which is a viral infection affecting function of […]

Like Aaradhya, one-year-old Shlok from Nashik also needs a heart

Shlok Andhale was diagnosed with end-stage heart disease two months ago. Shlok’s father, a farmer in Nashik, registered him with Fortis Hospital, Mumbai, for a heart transplant. Doctors say his blood group is universally acceptable AB+, but matching donor's weight can be an issue

Like Aaradhya, one-year-old Shlok from Nashik also needs a heartEven as Navi Mumbai’s four-year-old Aaradhya Mule’s struggle to get a donor heart continues, Fortis Hospital registered another similar case. Nashik’s one-and-a-half-year-old Shlok Andhale is suffering from end-stage heart disease and needs a heart transplant. Like Aaradhya, Shlok, too, had viral infection which later developed into dilated cardiomyopathy, also known as end-stage heart disease. Shlok’s […]

Aaradhya’s struggle moves Maha CM’s wife Amruta Fadnavis

Also joining the campaign to save four-year-old’s life is Padma Shri Dr Tatyarao Lahane, Dean of JJ Hospital, Mumbai and Nikoli Edwards, Independent Senator in Government of Trinidad and Tobago

Aaradhya’s struggle moves Maha CM’s wife Amruta Fadnavis“I request everyone to help Aaradhya get a new heart,” said Amruta Fadnavis, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ wife as she joined My Medical Mantra’s campaign to #SaveAaradhya. A Navi Mumbai resident, Aaradhya was in playschool last year when she was diagnosed with end-stage heart disease. She needs a donor heart whose body weight is […]

Medical student starts online petition to ‘Save Aaradhya’, urges youngsters to join the campaign

Taking ahead My Medical Mantra’s campaign to #SaveAaradhya, an doctor has started an online petition for Aaradhya. The aim is to reach out to youngsters and spread awareness on organ donation

Medical student starts online petition to ‘Save Aaradhya’, urges youngsters to join the campaignTaking ahead My Medical Mantra’s campaign to #SaveAaradhya, a medical student has started an online petition for Aaradhya. The aim is to reach out to youngsters and spread awareness on organ donation. Ashwini Kawade, a student at MGM Institute of Health Sciences, said the online petition on change.org has been started to spread awareness on […]

My Medical Mantra’s #SaveAaradhya cause finds support from 2,000 college students

Acting upon My Medical Mantra’s plea to save three-year-old Aaradhya suffering from end-stage heart disease and in desperate need of a donor heart, Aurangabad’s Mahatma Gandhi Mission’s College of Journalism and Mass Communication, along with Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College, decided to celebrate Valentine’s Day differently

My Medical Mantra’s #SaveAaradhya cause finds support from 2,000 college studentsTo help three-year-old Aaradhya Mule find a donor heart for transplant, 2,000 students from Mahatma Gandhi Mission’s College of Journalism and Mass Communication (MGM), along with Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College (JNEC), took up My Medical Mantra’s #SaveAaradhya cause on Valentine’s Day. They decided to celebrate the day differently and held a social media campaign to […]

Little Aaradhya’s unbearable struggle continues, she is back in hospital

Doctors say she has very less time in hand and needs a transplant at the earliest

Little Aaradhya’s unbearable struggle continues, she is back in hospitalThree-year-old Aaradhya Mule is back in the hospital again. Her parents say this is the ninth hospitalisation since April last year when they first came to know that she is suffering from an end stage heart disease or Dilated Cardiomyopathy. The doctors say that the only way Aaradhya can survive is through a heart transplant. […]

One organ donor saves three lives as Mumbai sees its second successful heart transplant of 2017

Dr Parag Rindani mentioned that they counselled the family members of the donor, after which they consented to donate his heart and kidneys to save and enrich the lives of three deserving recipients in the city itself

One organ donor saves three lives as Mumbai sees its second successful heart transplant of 2017A 29-years-old man from Nashik who was suffering from Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) (it is a condition in which the heart’s ability to pump blood is decreased) was the recipient of a new heart and was operated for a heart transplant. The donor’s heart was transported to the hospital, through a Green Corridor in 22minutes. The harvested heart was […]

Poor lifestyle and eating habits lead to obesity, which in turn causes cancer

The most common type of cancer due to obesity is breast and colon cancer

Poor lifestyle and eating habits lead to obesity, which in turn causes cancerObesity could lead to cancer as more number of people are getting prone to unhealthy way of life and eating junk food. According to the doctors it is an alarming situation. “There is scientific evidence and clinical studies which mention high predisposition of some types of cancer in obese male and female. The body of […]