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06:07 PM, June 20, 2016 / LAST MODIFIED: 06:31 PM, June 20, 2016

Operation with Bombay rare blood successful

With the four pints of the rare blood sent from Mumbai of India, the life-saving surgery of a youth at Apollo Hospitals in Dhaka was declared successful.

Dr Md OFG Kibria, immediately after coming out from operation theatre, told The Daily Star, “The operation of the patient [Mohammed Kamruzzaman] is successful.”

READ MORE: Four Indians send rare blood to save Bangladeshi youth

Four people from Mumbai, the financial hub of India, have come to the rescue of victim Kamruzzaman who needed the blood for an urgent surgery to treat multiple fractures, The Times of India reported on Saturday.

Four pints of blood reached Dhaka from Mumbai yesterday to save the life of the youth who had a road accident.

Kamruzzaman, 25, had met with an accident in Dhaka on May 21 and was taken to the hospital. Doctors discovered that his blood group was incompatible with most common types, the newspaper said.

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