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Yuvraj Singh calls Sanjay Dutt ‘a fighter’ after lung most cancers prognosis: ‘I do know the ache it causes however I additionally know you might be robust’ – bollywood


Cricketer Yuvraj Singh, who has efficiently defeated lung most cancers, despatched his needs to actor Sanjay Dutt, who was identified with the illness earlier this week. Sources from Lilavati Hospital mentioned that Sanjay has stage 4 lung most cancers.

“You’re, have and all the time can be a fighter @duttsanjay. I do know the ache it causes however I additionally know you might be robust and can see this robust part by way of. My prayers and greatest needs to your speedy restoration,” Yuvraj wrote on Twitter.

 

Sanjay was admitted to Lilavati Hospital on Saturday after complaining of breathlessness and discharged two days later. A supply mentioned that his oxygen stage was fluctuating between 90-92% when he was admitted. He was examined for Covid-19 by way of a fast antigen equipment, however the end result was damaging. Later, it was reported that he has developed fluid in his chest.

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After testing damaging for Covid-19, a most cancers evaluation was accomplished and it got here constructive. Sanjay had been identified with stage 4 lung most cancers, in response to the supply. Nonetheless, his treating physician, Dr Jalil Parker, refused to verify or deny the information, citing affected person confidentiality.

Earlier, on Tuesday, Sanjay introduced that he was taking a ‘quick break’ from work for ‘some medical remedy’ and requested his followers and well-wishers to not speculate. “Hello pals, I’m taking a brief break from work for some medical remedy. My household and pals are with me and I urge my well-wishers to not fear or unnecessarily speculate. Together with your love and good needs, I can be again quickly!”

Sanjay can be seen subsequent in Sadak 2, which is scheduled for a direct-to-digital launch on Disney+ Hotstar on August 28. After that, he’ll star in Bhuj: The Pleasure of India, which can also be slated for an OTT launch on Disney+ Hotstar.

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