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Edhi’s kidneys have stopped functioning: doctor

Renowned Doctor Adeeb Rizvi announced on Tuesday that both kidneys oflegendary social worker Abdul Sattar Edhi have stopped functioning and that the option of transplantation is being explored.

Adeeb, who is head of Sindh Institute Urology and Transplantation (SIUT), was addressing a press conference during which he was flanked by Edhi himself.

He said Edhi will continue to remain on dialysis until his kidneys are replaced, adding that donors are readily available for transplantation.

On the occasion, Edhi said that he feels healthy adding that he is continuing with his daily routine.



14 Comments

  1. Naveen Fatima said:

    What the hell is wrong with people.What’s there to like about this post.Come on people use your common sense(if you got any)Its a sad news,comment on it or share it.NOTHING TO LIKE ABOUT IT.UNLESS YOU LIKE THE IDEA OF HIM BEING SICK.

  2. Zeynab Muzzafar said:

    I’m devastated to read this. I am hoping this news is incorrect. He is the only great and wonderful person in Pakistan, and probably in the world at the moment. Truly selfless, personification of compassion and so firmly grounded in his remarkable aspirations. Ya Allah, please grant him health and the best in both the worlds. Ameen, ameen.

  3. Naveen Fatima said:

    Sorry Zeynab I disagree with you because most of the people does not hit LIKE just for the sake of acknowledgement.You or may be there will be many others But not all.

  4. PRAVIN KARKHANIS said:

    What a strange co-incidence that I am , here in Mumbai , at the very moment reading his autobiography and as I casually opened my FB , I came across the news about him ! May He regain all his power and stength to serve the society for many more years . He deserves Nobel Prize for all that he did for mankind.

  5. Aneel Daniel via Fac said:

    May almighty give him health and long life…

  6. Naveen Fatima via Fa said:

    What the hell is wrong with people.What's there to like about this post.Come on people use your common sense(if you got any)Its a sad news,comment on it or share it.NOTHING TO LIKE ABOUT IT.UNLESS YOU LIKE THE IDEA OF HIM BEING SICK.

  7. Zeynab Muzzafar via said:

    I'm devastated to read this. I am hoping this news is incorrect. He is the only great and wonderful person in Pakistan, and probably in the world at the moment. Truly selfless, personification of compassion and so firmly grounded in his remarkable aspirations. Ya Allah, please grant him health and the best in both the worlds. Ameen, ameen.

  8. Zeynab Muzzafar via said:

    Hitting the 'like' button in stories like these only means an acknowledgement of having read it. It doesn't imply one is happy over the news for God's sake.

  9. Naveen Fatima via Fa said:

    Sorry Zeynab I disagree with you because most of the people does not hit LIKE just for the sake of acknowledgement.You or may be there will be many others But not all.

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