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Cancer patients ‘never expected this from Mumbai’

DNMUM418051 | 7/12/2018 | Author : Team DNA | WC :285



Thousands of patients visit Tata Memorial Hospital for cancer treatment and many of them told DNA that they had to go through hardships to visit the hospital on Tuesday, considering the streets leading to the facility were all flooded.
Durjoy Lal Saha, a patient from Tripura, tells DNA why he prefers his state rather than the megapolis of Mumbai. He is receving treatment at Tata Memorial Hospital.
“When I left my home in Tripura a month ago I thought Mumbai was a delightful city but when I had to walk in knee-deep water in the past two days for my cancer treatment I realised that my home state is much better than Mumbai. We are happy, clean and there is no flooding there but here it is like a sea after heavy rainfall.
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