Sanjay Dutt's lung cancer treatment continues in Mumbai, no plans to fly to the US: Report

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Sanjay Dutt's lung cancer treatment continues in Mumbai, no plans to fly to the US: Report
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Sanjay Dutt’s fans and members of the film fraternity were shocked and worried when the news about his lung cancer diagnosis was published a few weeks back. The 61-year old actor was detected with stage four lung cancer. As of now, he is undergoing treatment at the Kokilaben Ambani hospital in Mumbai for the same. According to media reports, the actor was supposed to jet off to the United States for further treatment. However, there seems to be a change of plan here.

As reported in TOI, Sanjay Dutt has decided to continue his treatment in Mumbai itself. He is in a dilemma whether or not to fly to the US owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. While this happens to be his primary reason for not going there, the second reason is the fluid accumulation in his lungs. As per the same report, it has been increasing and that there was no point in delaying the treatment that would adversely affect his health.

Reportedly, around 1.5 liters of fluid were eliminated from the actor’s lungs around two weeks back at the Lilavati Hospital. Meanwhile, Sujit Jain, a close friend of Dutt, was supposed to fly with him to the US. However, the former has gone back to Pune now. Meanwhile, Dr. Jalil Parkar, under whom the actor is taking treatment, has also confirmed that he has deferred the plans of going to the US. The same has been confirmed by another friend of the actor, Rahul Mittra.

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Comments
Anonymous : Wise decision as he would get VIP treatment in India plus its not the right time to be in USA for treatment. COVID has impacted majorly towards the medical infrastructure in USA too and I saying this from my own experience as I am based out California, a COVID hotspot
REPLY 4 11 months ago
Anonymous : Karma. Accept the consequences as happily as you enjoyed the actions which led to consequences.
REPLY 4 11 months ago
Anonymous : Who told you to smoke 40 cigarettes per day!! Tabhi toh bade mazze liye.Sutta..Ladkiyan..Duniya bhar ke drugs ! Ab bhugto! Did every possible disaster to ruin the functioning of a healthy human body!
REPLY 6 11 months ago
Anonymous : Fine. You’re receiving the proper medical care. Unlike sushant whose primary caretaker walked out with not a care in the world of his ongoing treatment.
REPLY 6 11 months ago
Anonymous : No one cares. You are under proper medical care - good. Unlike sushant who was in hands of a master manipulator.
REPLY 6 11 months ago