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LUCKNOW: After 17-year-old Pramita Tewari was diagnosed with Acute Minor Leukemia last year in August, many thought that her future was bleak, but the gritty girl put up a brave fight. Not only is she on the road to recovery, but has also kept her studies going from hospital.
On Sunday, when ISC results were announced, the cancer survivor was on top of the world with a high score of
97. 75%. Pramita was heartbroken after the diagnosis, but her father Utkarsh Tewari, a businessman, and mother Rashmi stood by her side. They made her believe that everything would g et back to normal by the grace of Lord Shiva. “The disease is now under control, but according to doctors it will take about five years for full recovery,” said Utkarsh.
The driving force for Pramit a to win the battle against cancer was her desire to study. She was first admitted in a hospital in the city which referred her to a multi-speciality hospital in Gurgaon for chemotherapy. In January, she underwent a bone marrow transplant. Her school arranged for her to sit for the exams in Gurgaon. She gave her first and second term exams while at the hospital. Recalling her hospital days, she said, “I had my text books with me and studied whenever I felt fit. I never forced myself to study, but while studying I paid attention and concentrated on the topics. ”Wanting to join the medical profession, she would also observe the doctors and even got tips from them. Her teachers also arranged special online classes for her.

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