A Bangladeshi father named the “tree man” in light of the bark-like warts that once secured his body will soon have the capacity to leave healing center in the wake of notable treatment for one of the world’s rarest ailments. Abul Bajandar has experienced no less than 16 operations to expel 5kg (11 pounds) of developments from his hands and feet since his condition became obvious a year prior.
The 27-year-old previous rickshaw driver is one of just four individuals on the planet ever to be determined to have epidermodysplasia verruciformis, a to a great degree uncommon hereditary condition named “tree-man malady” that left him not able to hold his three-year-old girl.
“Bajandar’s cure was a surprising point of reference ever,” said Samanta Lal Sen, plastic surgery facilitator at Dhaka Medical College Hospital. “We worked on him no less than 16 times to evacuate the warts. The hands and feet are currently fine. He will be released inside next 30 days after several minor surgeries to consummate the state of his hands,” Sen said.
Sen trusts Bajandar could turn into the principal individual to be cured of the ailment, gave the warts don’t become back.
Talking from his bed at the Dhaka Medical College Hospital, which has been treating him for nothing out of pocket, Bajandar said the torment of his condition had been “intolerable”.
“I never thought I could ever have the capacity to hold my child with my hands,” he said, demonstrating a bound hand. “Presently I feel so much better, I can hold my little girl in my lap and play with her. I can hardly wait to backpedal home.”
Bajandar, who originates from a poor town in the southern beach front area of Khulna, turned into a VIP after his condition was generally canvassed in neighborhood and global media.