Sushma Swaraj’s kidney transplant likely next week
Procedures that has to be done before a kidney transplant has already completed.
External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj who has been undergoing treatment due to kidney ailments in AIIMS, is likely to undergo a transplant next week.
According to a report in TOI, its sources said the procedures that has to be done to be before a transplant has already completed.
The report added that a hospital official said Swaraj's vitals were stable and she was fit to undergo the life-saving procedure.
"Several people have come forward to donate their kidney. However, chances are that we'll use the one that has been offered by a relative," a senior doctor said.
On November, Swaraj had tweeted that she has been admitted in AIIMS, Delhi due to kidney failure and underwent tests for a transplant.
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