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Ria Kohli, a 17 year old school student has fallen severely ill due to sudden attack of meningitis.
This fatal illness had got intrenched into her body and is struggling to gain mastery over the victim. She has been hospitalised and is going under severe medication of Pan, Vamonycin, Ceftiaxone, Acyclonir, Albumin, Lasix, Pause, Decadron, Mannitol, Meronem, Vit K and Sol Medrol but her body has not yet responded to the treatment which is being catered to her. At present she is admitted to The CMRI Hospital. She is in Coma since last 7 days....
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Posted in by Uzair Navaid on 06 March 2013
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