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“35 years old, lives alone in a remote village in Uttar Pradesh, northern India. The tumor on his face made it difficult for him to eat, drink, and communicate with people around him. Mr. Lai hardly dares to look in the mirror. All of his activities rely on the help of his two nephews.
Mr. Lal said that ten years ago, he sought medical help, but the doctors were ‘unable to deal with’ the condition of his face. Everyone advised him that if he wanted to live, he should give up the idea of surgery because this would lead to the possibility of losing too much blood and causing death.
He said: ‘My face is very ugly. Even I don’t want to see it, so I don’t want anyone to see it either. I tried everything before but to no avail, I almost despaired.’
Mr. Lal said his tumor grew so large that he has now completely lost sight and hearing on the left side of his face. He even had to endure pain when chewing food or lifting heavy objects. However, Mr. Lal confided that he did not dare to complain because the construction site owner would fire him if he heard him complain.
Doctor Vinayak Mishra in India said Mr. Lal’s tumor condition had entered a dangerous stage. If it continues to grow, there is a great possibility that it will affect this man’s life.
Mr. Lal now says he is no longer afraid of anything and can try everything to get rid of the giant tumor on his face.
Transformed into ‘turtle man’ because of carrying a giant tumor on his back
According to Datviet
Indian boy nicknamed ‘elephant man’ – The son of a farmer in India nicknamed ‘elephant man’ due to the large bumps on his face is hoping a life-changing surgery will help him find his ‘half.’ ‘Elephant Man’s’ real name is Lalit Ram, 26 years old this year, from Lorika, eastern India. Since childhood, ‘elephant man’..