Indian boy finally creates a device which may save millions of people in the world

Akash Manoj started reading medical books written by global writers only for fun when he was in the 8th class. And just after two years, this child has taken the medical scientists by surprise as he has developed a device to predict ‘silent’ heart attacks. This disease kills thousands of people every year in India alone.

Just after the complition of his 7th class exams, Akash began to visit fairly well-known libraries in Bangalore and he gradually fell in love with medical novels.

“Journal articles are expensive, so visiting the libraries was the only way I could do it. Otherwise, it would have cost more than a crore (of rupees) for the amount I read. I was always interested in medical science and I liked reading the journals…cardiology is my favourite,” said Manoj.

“I have seen people worried about board exams. I study for it, but it does not bother me,” said Manoj.

Akash is a confident kid,  in fact many global doctors and scientists now seek advices from this 15 year old Indian brain. Many believe that he is an exceptional soul which has the potential to surpass even Newton and Einstein in future.

It was the death of his grandfather which led him to take up this project. His grandfather died of silent heart attack and this kid created a device which can assure that noody in the world will die of this disease any longer.

He has indicated that his next step is to create something which can guarantedly cure all kinds of cancer.

Thousands of medical scientists from all over the world were trying to invent such a device so that they could predict silent heart attacks in advance but they could never succeed. This Indian boy has invented this magical device.

(Note: A heart attack is chest pain on the left side of the pateint. A silent heart attack happens without any pain and the pateint doesn’t even know he/she is under attack.)

Mrityunjay Chaubey is the editor in chief at The Youth. He hails from Indore. Before The Youth, He worked for Indian Defence News as a columnist and was a reporter at two other sports portals.