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Monika Besra (42) and her family posing for a photograph at her house in Danagram, a village 40 kms away from Malda Town,  West Bengal, India. 20th August 2010.  Monica Besra says that her non curable tumour got cured on the first annivarsary of Mother Teresa's death by putting a Mother Teressa Medellion on the swollen part of her abdomen, which was recognized by the Vatican in the year 2002 and started the process of Mother Teresa's beatification, a major step towards sainthood.
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Monika Besra (42) and her family posing for a photograph at her house in Danagram, a village 40 kms away from Malda Town, West Bengal, India. 20th August 2010. Monica Besra says that her non curable tumour got cured on the first annivarsary of Mother Teresa's death by putting a Mother Teressa Medellion on the swollen part of her abdomen, which was recognized by the Vatican in the year 2002 and started the process of Mother Teresa's beatification, a major step towards sainthood.