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Sunday, February 1, 2015

OneIndia Special: Only prayers can save little pilot Chandan

Chandan hasn't eaten for the last five days. Photo: Uday Foundation

By Dr Anantha Krishnan M


India’s ‘youngest pilot’ Chandan is in pain. In advanced stages of cancer, the 14-year-old little fighter has not eaten anything for the past five days. He weighs just over 17 kgs now. 
Unable to bear the pain, Chandan was moaning when this Correspondent spoke to his father Girish Mandal (39) over the phone from Delhi. “He smiles at us and I know my son won’t give up his fight. He had told me that through our prayers he will spring back to life,” says Girish. 
Chandan’s doctors at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi have given up their hopes completely. He has stopped responding to the medicines.
He is not able to get out of the bed even for a minute. Every four hours he is given heavy dose (40 mg) of morphine tablets, a pain killer, as suggested by his doctors. “Only a miracle can save him. Only through the power of prayers. I have never seen boy with so much of fighting spirit. He wants all of us to pray for him now,” says Rahul.
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