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On a peaceful Sunday morning, two young people are taken into Room No. 509 of GKL super specialty hospital.
A talented nineteen year old medical student, suffering from an incurable, lethal condition propelling her at a long, painful, uncertain death.
A wasteful twenty five year old drug user, with no appreciation of life, with every organ system in his body slowly shutting down.
Two prodigious doctors, suffering their own demons from the past, attempt to keep these two patients alive, putting their medical licenses at danger.
Death lurks in the little 12X13 foot room as they struggle for every breath of their lives, even as the physicians put them through unauthorised experimental procedures to prolong their lives.
How will the last month of suffering and struggle affect their lives? How will it transform the doctors who labour tirelessly to make them live a little longer?
About The Author Durjoy Datta
Indian author Durjoy Datta, better known by his pen name BENGALI BABU, was born on February 7, 1987. After finishing his undergraduate studies at Delhi College of Engineering, he attended Management Development Institute to earn a PGDBM in marketing. Grapevine India Publishers was created in part by him. Six of his works became instant best-sellers. The Times of India named him a young achiever in 2009, and Whistling Woods International named him one of two young achievers in the field of Media and Communications in 2011.
In 2012, he was honoured alongside actors Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, and Prahlad Kakkar as a Teacher’s Achievement Award winner. His speaking engagements include TEDx events at universities all around India. In 2011, he was one of India’s best-selling authors.
Till The Last Breath Book Summary
Dushyant, a 25-year-old heroin user, tells his story in the documentary “Till the Last Breath.” Pihu, a medical student in her early 20s, was fighting for her life. Both Drs. Arman and Zara were on board with saving Pihu and Dushyant, respectively. Dushyant was unwilling to continue breathing, but Pihu was doing anything she could to stay alive.
Pihu had been diagnosed with the fatal and incurable ALS. When Dushyant’s organs were failing and he desperately needed a transplant. Dushyant was alone, but Pihu’s parents did everything they could to make their daughter happy.
Dr. Arman and Pihu began to feel an immediate attraction to one another. Not only did they develop feelings for one another, but Zara and Dushyant did as well.
Zara’s eerie presence was due to her troubled history. However, issues were eventually fixed.
When Dushyant fell out of bed and injured his leg, Pihu determined that he was suffering from cadmium toxicity. As a student, this was her very first official diagnosis. Pihu knew she was dying; she was prepared for it. She still clung to the possibility of survival.
Pihu’s death and subsequent organ transplant onto Dushyant concludes the story. Dushyant made it through whereas Pihu didn’t.
Dushyant’s anguish stemmed from the knowledge that Pihu, to whom he had been impolite his whole life, was her donor. A message written by Pihu says, “You got one more life; don’t destroy it,” and he discovers it later.