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Abul Banjandar, 28, has had over 20 operations to remove the warts, but a recent relapse allegedly caused them to come back worse than before cemu 마리오카트8.
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“I cannot bear the pain anymore, I can’t sleep at night,” Banjadar, a father of one, reportedly told Agence France Presse (AFP) old game. “I asked the doctors to cut off my hands so I can at least get some relief.”
In January, it was reported that Banjadar had landed back in the hospital due to a relapse of his condition sap 메뉴 다운로드.
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In January, Banjadar reportedly expressed regret at skipping hospital appointments that led to his relapse.
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Banjadar is now allegedly seeking treatment abroad but is lacking funding Too much too.
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According to The Sun, his case will reportedly be discussed by Dhaka Medical College Hospital’s board, which treated a young girl with the same condition in 2017.