NEET UG Result 2024: Maulik Patel, a resident of Ghatkopar, Mumbai, has successfully cleared the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET UG) 2024. Recently, in NEET result 2024, Maulik scored 715 marks out of 720. In his Maharashtra State Board examinations, he got an impressive 94.67% marks. Maulik dreams of becoming an oncologist to bring happiness to people fighting cancer. He prepared for the NEET 2024 examination by giving as many mock tests as possible. He’s determined to pursue his MBBS degree from KVM Hospital in Mumbai.

Maulik studied online after he underwent two surgeries and multiple chemo and radiation sessions. Somehow, he managed to prepare for the NEET 2024 examination and came out with flying colours. Maulik shared that he was declared cancer free in April, so he requested permission from the coaching center to take the tests. During this time, he also took his class 12th examinations and regularly attended all major tests.

When Maulik Patel was in Class 11, he felt pain while urinating. Doctors found a tumour, which turned out to be a type of cancer called sarcoma. Maulik had to go through lots of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. He even had a big surgery in June 2022. But he kept going, and his bravery has inspired many.

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Despite facing so many health challenges, he did well in school. In June 2022, he had a major surgery. Even though he knew about the cancer, he didn’t expect this surgery. His doctors were worried he might lose his bladder, but luckily, everything went fine. He had to have chemotherapy for three to four hours every day.

Dr. Govind Maheshwari, who treated Maulik, praised his bravery and acknowledged the strength of his family. Maulik believes that courage can help you achieve anything. He inspires students all over the country by showing that perseverance leads to success.


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