Vasu Sandur has been a warrior fighting the kidney disease for the last 26 years. He had undergone kidney transplant in March 1992. He has actively worked for the welfare of kidney patients through
Kidney Welfare Association and has provided financial aid to many patients that could not afford treatment.
Vasu Sandur is the first Indian to participate and represent India in World Transplant Games 1997 in Sydney, Australia. He was a finalist in the 400 meters race in World Transplant Games 1999,Budapest, Hungary.
Vasu Sandur lives a simple life and has been actively managing Kidney Welfare Association in Bangalore along with his friends. He has been a warrior and has never given up his fight against the odds which includes kidney disease.