The business of Hospital and Doctors.

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This is a story of a middle class men who became blind... 5 years ago his mom donated her eyes for someone wellbeing... Rest in the main story

Submitted: June 22, 2018

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Submitted: June 22, 2018

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I am donating my eyes for sure... I want to help someone…. I hope that my eyes will bring a new life for some really need ones. These are the last words said by my mother. Five years before she died and donated her eyes after death for someone wellbeing, but she didn’t know that what happened next. After one year of my mother’s death, I met with an accident and my eyes gone. The doctor said –“We have to replace his eyes in the time period of 5 hours.” My wife and son was little bit relaxed because they thought that the eyes which was donated by my mother will help me, but they were really wrong. After a while my wife contact to the hospital where my mom donated her eyes and asked for the eyes that was donated. The reply came – “ For pair of eyes, 15 lakhs.” My wife –“ But my mother in law donated her eyes here, we want that back, we need that.” Reply -“ It won’t matters, for a pair of eyes 15 lakhs rupees.” As we are lower middle class people, one hundred rupees means a lot to us and the matter was of 15 lakhs. And I am the only one who earns in our family. We sold our house, my eyes came back, we thought that we will live a new life but after a month my wife died due to blood cancer. I can save her life but doctor refused me to donate blood because of my one month old operation. We all know that in blood cancer shortage of blood take place, same happened in that situation, but the cost of blood was damn high, I was not able to afford that. Because of that my wife died. The business of Hospital and Doctors destroyed my whole life.


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