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Three Indian-origin teen among Time Magazine's 25 most influential teens

Among Time Magazine's list of most influential teens over the world are the Indian-origin students who are unique in their own ways.

Rishab Jain is an Indian-American who is currently in the eighth grader and has developed an algorithm that can possibly be a cure to pancreatic cancer.

Kavya Kopparapu (in picture), an American-Indian, is a freshman at Harvard University who has developed a deep-learning computer that could improve personalized treatment of cancer.

British-Indian Amika George is the founder of the #FreePeriods campaign which aims to improve the availability of menstrual products for better health.

These three Indian-origin teens inspire youth from around thw world with their inventions and encourage students to become problem-solvers.

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