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President discharged from Hospital; likely to arrive Nepal on Friday


KATHMANDU: President Ram Baran Yadav has been discharged from the University of Tokyo Hospital in Japan on Wednesday. President Yadav will leave Japan on Thursday and is scheduled to arrive here in Kathmandu on Friday, said Rajendra Dahal, President’s press advisor.

President Yadav was discharge d from the Hospital today following completion of several tests conducted upon him by the doctors of the Tokyo-based Hospital.

Doctors involved in President Yadav’s medical check-up in Japan informed that his health condition was normal and that he has no such symptoms of cancer.

The reports of all the medial tests conducted on his health were found to be normal. The President had undergone comprehensive medical tests including colonoscopy, endoscopy, CT scan, PET scan, X-rays and other blood tests at the Tokyo-based hospital.

President Yadav was examined by a team of experts led by Prof Toshiaki Watanabe, also the vice-director of the institute. President Yadav was admitted to the University of Tokyo Hospital in Japan on June 18 after doctors involved in his treatment back home had advised him to fly abroad for further medical diagnosis and tests.

On the recommendation of the Nepal government’s Medical Board, the President had gone to Japan for further diagnosis and treatment.

President Yadav was taken to Japan last Monday after preliminary reports in tests conducted in Kathmandu had showed lesion in his large intestine. The president lost his hunger and weight for a long time. The President, who was highly respected by Nepali society for his neutral status, has received criticism in the social media sites for going to abroad for treatment without having proper consultations with Nepali Doctor. The government has decided to bear all the expenses for medical treatment of President Dr. Yadav.

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