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Why Is God Punishing Me: 3-Year-Old Who Needs A New Heart

3-year-old Aaradhya Mule from Mumbai is living with just 10 to 15 per cent of her heart functioning. Aaradhya's parents spend every day anxiously waiting for news of a heart donor. With India's lack of awareness about organ donation, Aaradhya's childhood has been put on hold for the past few months. She has now started asking questions which has become increasingly difficult to answer for her parents. This Valentine's Day, take the pledge to be a heart donor. Give your heart, gift a life!


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